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Assessments and Fees

National Banks are assessed and charged fees, which are used to support the agency in its work of examining and supervising national banks to ensure a safe and sound national banking system.

Semi-Annual Assessment

Licensing Fees

Reference: 12 CFR 5.5

All licensing fees have been suspended until further notice.

Miscellaneous Fees

Prepayment is required for bank histories and certifications.

Bank history - for single bank:
  • Less than 50 years

$                50.00

  • Fifty years or more

$              125.00

Bank histories are provided to determine the successor to an inactive national bank. They include corporate transactions such as name changes, mergers, closings, and the current address of the successor institution, if available.
Certificates relating to licensing bank activities:$              100.00
  • Title changes

 

  • Mergers

 

  • Articles of association

 

  • Declaration of insolvency

 

  • Charter

 

  • Corporate existence

 

  • Fiduciary powers

 

 

 


Certificate of Authenticity (12 CFR 4)

$              100.00

 

 

Copies of certificates

$                10.00

 

 

Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act requests:

 

  • Search and review
 $  35.00 an hour
  • Photocopying
 $    0.20 a page
 

 

Examination reports:

 

  • Initial copy
Free
  • Additional copies - each

$                10.00

  • Special requests - each

$                50.00


Related News and Issuances
Publish DateIdentifierTitle
07/14/2014  OCC 2014-32, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Fees and Assessments: Interim Calendar Year 2014 Fees and Assessments Structure
07/09/2014  NR 2014-99, OCC Increases Assessments for National Banks and Federal Savings Associations with Total Assets of More Than $40 Billion
07/20/2011  NR 2011-95, OCC Issues Final Rule to Implement Provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act