ANGLO IRISH BANK CORPORATION LIMITED
GLOBAL CERTIFICATION REGARDING CORRESPONDENT
ACCOUNTS FOR FOREIGN BANKS
The information contained in this Certification is sought pursuant to Sections 5318(j) and 5318(k)
of Title 31 of the United States Code, as added by sections 313 and 319(b) of the USA PATRIOT
Act of 2001 (Public Law 107-56).
This Certification should be completed by any foreign bank that maintains a correspondent account with
any U.S. bank or U.S. broker-dealer in securities (a covered financial institution as defined in 31 C.F.R.
103.175(f)). An entity that is not a foreign bank is not required to complete this Certification.
A foreign bank is a bank organized under foreign law and located outside of the United States (see
definition at 31 C.F.R. 103.11(o)). A bank includes offices, branches, and agencies of commercial banks or
trust companies, private banks, national banks, thrift institutions, credit unions, and other organizations
chartered under banking laws and supervised by banking supervisors of any state (see definition at 31
A correspondent account for a foreign bank is any account to receive deposits from, make payments or
other disbursements on behalf of a foreign bank, or handle other financial transactions related to the foreign
Special instruction for foreign branches of U.S. banks: A branch or office of a U.S. bank outside the United
States is a foreign bank. Such a branch or office is not required to complete this Certification with respect to
Correspondent Accounts with U.S. branches and offices of the same U.S. bank.
Special instruction for covering multiple branches on a single Certification: A foreign bank may complete
one Certification for its branches and offices outside the United States. The Certification must list all of the
branches and offices that are covered and must include the information required in Part C for each branch or
office that maintains a Correspondent Account with a Covered Financial Institu