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New card 3. 2. Brazil—Bank and Banking Correspondents Tariffs (2005) (Continued ) 4. 4–Advance deposit, incl. 6–Renewal of overdraft account 5. 6–Electronic Transfer–TED 6. 3–Copies of microﬁlms, microﬁches or similar 7. 7–Returned invoice 8. 4–Custody of pre-dated check 9. 4–Placing documents in envelopes 10. 2. 3. Correspondent Banks in Brazil: Evolution of Enabling Legislation Year 1973 Legislation No: Circular 220 1979 Resolution 562 1995 Resolution 2,166 1999 Resolution 2,640 2000 Resolution 2,707 2000 Circular 2,978 Major Provisions First norm to give the name of “correspondents” to companies providing banking services Ⅲ Permitted commercial banks to establish special contracts for the practice of correspondent functions Ⅲ Limited contracting of services and execution, active or passive, of payment orders in the name of the contractor Ⅲ Permitted SCFIs to contract service rendering companies to forward financing requests, credit analysis and registration, ‘friendly’ collections and other control services of credit operations.