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Federal Reserve - National Info Center
or try the lookup option at: (page 2)
FDIC - FFIEC (Federal Financial Institution Examination Council) search (page 3)
Sample of the call reports available list:
Explanation of the CUSIP from S&P (page 4)
To verify the SEC records and data of an institution go to: (page 5) (This includes the
form 424B5 which identifies the indenture trustee, etc)
The SEC uses a system called edgar to categorize the filing forms and schedule
numbers. Here is a list of what forms are searchable within the system. (ie: 10k, 10q, S-3,
S-4, etc)
Just an FYI: Here is the link to the Provost Marshal office in Texas Region:

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The Reports of Condition and Income and Thrift Financial Reports

FDIC insured commercial banks, FDIC-supervised savings banks, and OCC-supervised noninsured trust
companies file quarterly Call Reports. Savings Associations and non-insured trust companies supervised by
the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) file Thrift Financial Reports (TFRs). Current quarter Call Reports
and TFRs for which review processes are complete, will be published on Friday approximately 30 days after
each Call/TFR report date and additional reports will be added weekly. Final reports will be published
approximately 60 days after the report date. The current quarter data is considered PRELIMINARY and
subject to change until the final posting. Data for prior quarters will be updated approximately 30 and 60
days after each report date.


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Thrift Financial Report Instruction



The financial information appearing in this publication was obtained from Federal Financial Institution Examination Council (FFIEC) Reports of Condition and Income, and O
Thrift Supervision(OTS) Thrift Financial Reports submitted by all FDIC-insured depository institutions. While this information is presumed to be correct, inaccuracies may ex
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Reserve Board, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, nor the Office of Thrift Supervision assumes responsibil
accuracy of the reported data.

With the rapid expansion of the international securities business, the requirement for proper
cross-border securities identification is becoming more critical. This need is likely to be further
compounded in the future as securities trading becomes truly global, characterized by interexchange linkages, automated trading and execution systems, global custody and clearing
settlement in a multi-currency environment. The International Securities Identification Directory
(ISID) was created to address this concern.
Telekurs Financial and Standard & Poor's - Securities Number Issuing Agents
The International Securities Identification Directory is co-produced by Standard & Poor's and
Telekurs (USA), Inc.
Standard & Poor's CUSIP Service Bureau, under license from the American Bankers
Association, is responsible for the administration of the CUSIP numbering system for the
United States and Canada. CUSIP is an acronym for the Committee on Uniform Security
Identification Procedures. CUSIP is the standard numbering and descriptive system for
North American Securities.
CUSIP is the trademark for a system that identifies specific security issuers - and their issues stocks, bonds, notes, etc., of corporate, municipal, state, and federal issues. Under the CUSIP
system, a CUSIP number is assigned to each issue and will identify that single issue only. It
provides brokers, banks, exchanges and institutions with a uniform number that is used in all
phases of their security dealings - comparisons, wire communications, transaction reports,
delivery tickets, transfers, proxy, pricing services, dividend claims, and bookkeeping. Using
CUSIP numbers minimizes the confusion and delays that may arise during back office
processing of securities.
Telekurs (USA) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telekurs Financial, which is owned by over 350
Swiss banks and stock exchanges, is chartered to collect and distribute information on
securities in all markets around the world. Within this charter, Telekurs Financial is responsible
for maintaining the Swiss Registrar of Securities and issuing Swiss Valor Numbers to identify
The American Bankers Association (ABA) owns the copyright and proprietary rights to CUSIP
and CINS, S&P and Telekurs (USA) own the copyright to ISID and Telekurs Financial own the
proprietary rights to Valoren numbers and rights to other proprietary numbers and descriptions.
Any reproduction of this service in whole or in part is strictly prohibited.

Securities Information from the SEC EDGAR

database for sophisticated business professionals
Search by Name, Industry, Business, SIC Code, Area Code,
Topic, CIK, Accession Number, File Number, Date, ZIP, ...


Filings: Most Recent, Todays, Yesterdays, Day Before

Filings re: Future Events: Tomorrows, Thereafter

Initial Public Offerings (IPOs):

IPO Registrants (Companies, Funds, ...)
IPO Filings (S1s, SB1s, Prospectuses, ...)

Filings by Type (10K/10Q Reports, Registrations, ...)

M&A Deals / Tender Offers (14D/Fs, 13Es & S4s)

Insider Trading (3/4/5s, 144s & U12s)

Institutional Ownership (13D/Gs, 13Fs & N-30s)

Proxies (Preliminary & Definitive 14A/Cs)

Late-Filing Notices (NTs)

Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes

Registrants by Location (U.S.A., Canada & Intl)

SEC-Corrected Filings

SEC-Deleted Filings


News & Current Reports (8Ks):

1 Entry into significant agreement
Termination of significant agreement
Bankruptcy or receivership
2 Acquisition or disposition of assets
Operations & financial condition
New direct or off-b.s. obligation
Upped direct or off-b.s. obligation
Costs of exit or disposal activities
Significant impairments of assets
3 Notice of delisting or rule failure
Unregistered sales of equity
Changes to rights of sec. holders
4 Changes in certifying accountant
Non-reliance on previous financials
5 Changes in control of registrant
Changes in directors or officers
Changes to incorp., bylaws, or year
Temporary suspension of trading
Changes to code of ethics
6 ABS Information & Computation
ABS Change of Servicer or Trustee
ABS Change in Credit Enhancement
ABS Failure to Make a Distribution
ABS Updating Disclosure
7 Fair disclosure per Reg. FD
8 Other events or news
9 Financial statements & exhibits