17:9A-20.5. Establishment of trust office
3. a. A qualified bank may establish a trust office anywhere in this State, or in any other state which permits the establishment of a trust office, if the qualified bank files a written notice with the commissioner setting forth the name of the qualified bank, the location of the proposed trust office, and furnishes a copy of the resolution adopted by its board authorizing the trust office.
b.A foreign bank, other than one excluded by subsection A of section 316 of P.L.1948, c.67 (C.17:9A-316), may establish a trust office in this State, if the foreign bank files with the commissioner an application to register the trust office. The application shall set forth the name of the foreign bank and the location of the proposed trust office, and the applicant shall furnish a copy of the resolution adopted by its board authorizing the establishment of the trust office. The commissioner shall register the trust office if:
(1)the foreign bank demonstrates that it is in good standing in its home state and submits satisfactory evidence that it has complied with any applicable requirements of its bank supervisory agency regarding the establishment and maintenance of a trust office;
(2)the commissioner determines that a State chartered qualified bank may establish a trust office in the home state of the foreign bank without unduly burdensome conditions or restrictions; and
(3)the foreign bank has obtained or obtains a certificate of authority to transact trust business in this State in accordance with the provisions of section 316 of P.L.1948, c.67 (C.17:9A-316).
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