Newspaper Notices
International Filings

Instructions
A newspaper notice may be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the community(ies) where the Applicant proposes to establish an office(s). Generally, while “general circulation” is not defined by any regulation, such newspapers will be available for subscription and delivery in the area served by the institution in question. For additional information about newspapers of general circulation, please contact Bank Applications at 212-720-8842. A publisher’s affidavit from each newspaper should be forwarded with the formal application or as soon as possible thereafter. An application cannot be considered informationally complete without the necessary affidavits.

Sample
Notification is hereby given by (NAME OF APPLICANT, CITY, COUNTRY) that an application has been filed with the Federal Reserve Board to establish a (BRANCH, AGENCY, COMMERCIAL LENDING COMPANY, REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE) at (ADDRESS)[City, State is alright if no street address is available], pursuant to the International Banking Act of 1978.

Interested parties may submit written comments on the application to Mr. Ivan Hurwitz, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Bank Applications Department, 33 Liberty Street, New York, New York, 10045-0001. The thirty-day comment period will not end before (DATE). If you need more information about how to submit your written comments on the application, contact Mr. Ivan J. Hurwitz, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, at (212) 720-5885.