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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 17, CORPORATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS FOR FINANCE AND INSURANCE
Section: 17:16M-4: Approval of conversion by commissioner
The commissioner shall not approve an application of a State association to convert to a savings bank unless the commissioner finds, after appropriate investigation, and a public hearing if deemed by the commissioner to be necessary, that the following requirements have been met:
a. The application is complete;
b. The converting State association was insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the resulting savings bank will also be insured by that agency;
c. The converting State association satisfies all capital maintenance requirements for State associations set forth by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, any other federal regulator and the department;
d. The converting State association is not subject to any outstanding supervisory order, agreement or memorandum of understanding of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, any other federal regulator or the department;
e. The proposed conversion will result in a savings bank that will satisfy all capital maintenance requirements for savings banks set forth by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, any other federal regulator and the department;
f. Directors or managers designated in the certificate of incorporation possess the qualifications, experience and character required for the duties and responsibilities with which they will be charged; and
g. The interests of the State association's depositors and creditors, and the public generally, will not be jeopardized by the proposed conversion.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2013-06-10 16:36:30.
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