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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 17, CORPORATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS FOR FINANCE AND INSURANCE

    Chapter 16M:

      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.

L.1991,c.42,s.4.



This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2013-06-10 16:36:30.






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