name, address and contact details of the proposed new owner;
proposed transfer date and reasons for the transfer;
confirmation that the existing owner and the proposed new owner have obtained appropriate advice in relation to the proposed transfer, and details of such advice.
If an issuer proposes to make a material change to the contractual terms of a regulated covered bond, it must inform the FSA of the following information to the FSA at least 3 months before the proposed date of the change:
details of the proposed change including proposed date of change and the reasons for it;
confirmation that the issuer has obtained appropriate advice in relation to the proposed change and details of such advice.
The issuer or the owner, as the case may be, must notify the FSA immediately in writing by e-mail, or hand-delivered letter, if requirements relating to the relevant regulated covered bond under the RCB Regulations or RCB are, or are likely to be, materially breached, or of any other matter which the FSA should be made aware of.
1The publication of the information and documents required under RCB 3.5.11 D, RCB 3.5.12 D and RCB 3.5.13 D should be made on a subscription-only, secure, password-protected website. This website should also contain a link to the latest published prospectus relating to the relevant regulated covered bond or programme.
1The transaction documents published under RCB 3.5.13 D should include the asset sale agreement, the servicing agreements, the administration and cash management agreements, the trust deed, the security deed, the agency agreements, the account bank agreement, the guaranteed investment contract, the master definitions agreement, intercompany loan agreements, the LLP deed, the asset monitor agreement, the swap documentation, the final terms of the regulated covered bonds or equivalent issuance documents setting out the terms of the regulated covered bonds and, if applicable, liquidity facility agreements.
1Where the transaction documents contain sensitive commercial terms (such as the up-front costs associated with a swap), the issuer may redact these terms for the purposes of publication, provided the relevant transaction documents are non-public and the relevant redacted terms refer to sunk costs which do not impact the transaction cash flows.