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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 75. Department of the Treasury
Chapter 20. Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act Regulations
1/25/2020

1VAC75-20-40. Required Collateral for Savings Institutions.

The required collateral of a savings institution to secure public deposits shall consist of securities qualifying as eligible collateral pursuant to these regulations which have a value, for collateralization purposes, not less than a sum equal to 100% of the average daily balance of public deposits held by such savings institution for the immediately preceding month, but shall not be less than 100% of the public deposits held by such savings institution at the close of business on the last banking day of the immediately preceding month.

In the event that a savings institution has violated the pledging statutes and regulations, or for other reasons deemed sufficient, such as the financial condition of the savings institution or the reasons referred to in 1VAC75-20-130, the Treasury Board may increase such savings institution's ratio of required collateral above 100% of its actual public deposits.

Statutory Authority

§ 2.1-364 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR640-02 § 4, eff. November 18, 1993.

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