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House Bill 1834


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House Bill 1834

ARCHIVE (2003)

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DIGEST OF HB 1834 (Updated April 25, 2003 4:15 PM - DI 108)

Financial institutions. Changes the date as of which reference is made to federal laws and regulations. Reduces bond requirements for payday lenders. Defines "month" in the pawnbroker act to ensure consistent calculation of interest. Specifically provides for the right of credit unions to buy and sell assets. Provides for the release of information to state and federal supervisory agencies, federal law enforcement agencies, and federal prosecutorial agencies or offices. Authorizes the department of financial institutions to remove officers, directors, and employees of financial institutions for certain practices, violations, and breaches. Allows the department to make certain final orders public. Requires department approval for reductions in capital stock, capital surplus, and preferred stock levels. Modifies provisions concerning the establishment of trust offices. Prohibits the unauthorized use of: (1) the term banc or banco; and (2) the name of an existing bank or bank holding company or a name confusingly similar to the name of an existing bank or bank holding company. Treats savings associations and savings banks as though they are members of the Federal Reserve System even if they are not members. Requires approval of the department prior to establishing a subsidiary. Modifies the change of control statute. Broadens the ability of banks to invest in Federal Home Loan Bank stock while maintaining a ceiling on such investments. Makes technical corrections.
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