17:9A-24.7. Investments in stock of clearing corporations by qualified banks
A qualified bank, as defined in section 1 of the act to which this act is a supplement (C. 17:9A-1), shall have power to subscribe for, purchase, and hold stock of one or more clearing corporations as defined in N.J.S. 12A:8-102 provided that
a. in the case of a qualified bank which is a savings bank, the amount invested in such stock shall not exceed 5% of its surplus;
b. in the case of a qualified bank which is not a savings bank, the amount invested in such stock shall not exceed 10% of its capital stock and surplus;
c. each investment in such stock shall first have been authorized by a resolution stating the number of shares to be acquired and the amount to be paid therefor, adopted by its board of directors or board of managers in the case of a qualified bank which is a savings bank, and, in the case of a qualified bank which is not a savings bank, approved by a majority in interest of its stockholders at an annual or special meeting; and
d. each investment in such stock shall have been approved in writing by the Commissioner of Banking.
L.1973, c. 360, s. 1, eff. Jan. 2, 1974.
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