(1) A person may not operate as a master trustee unless the person is registered with the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services. The director shall:
(a) Establish procedures for registering persons under this section.
(b) Establish standards for master trustees.
(c) Set registration and renewal fees.
(d) Establish standards for rules of conduct of master trustees.
(2)(a) Every master trustee shall file an annual report with the director on forms provided by the director. The annual report shall contain any information reasonably considered necessary by the director, including but not limited to:
(A) A disclosure of changes in trust deposits; and
(B) A list of all certified providers for which the master trustee holds funds and the total amount of funds held for each certified provider.
(b) The director may take appropriate action under ORS 97.948 and 97.949 if a master trustee fails to file the annual report or the report contains any material discrepancy.
(c) The director may relieve a master trustee of the duty to file the annual report upon a determination that the master trustee has performed all obligations under the trust agreement with each certified provider, or that the master trustee’s obligations have been lawfully assumed by another person or have been discharged or canceled.
(3) The director may conduct an annual audit of a master trustee. The director shall prescribe the form of audits under this section.
(4) A master trustee who is audited under this section shall pay all expenses and costs incurred by the director in conducting the audit. [2001 c.796 §2; 2003 c.362 §4; 2007 c.661 §16]
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