Federally Chartered Bank

U.S. banking

In the United States, a bank that has been chartered by the comptroller of currency, that belongs to the Federal Reserve System and meets the requirements for a national bank as defined under the National Bank Act. In the U.S. only federally and state chartered banks and other authorized institutions may receive deposits.

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