1133.07 Investment and loan authority.

In addition to investments and loans authorized by sections 1133.05 and 1133.06 of the Revised Code, any society for savings or savings society may make investments and loans, including the purchase of participations or commitments to purchase from a federal reserve bank. A society may make investments or loans in cooperation with a federal reserve bank, any other credit agency organized or sponsored by the United States, banks organized under the laws of the United States or of any state, or insurance companies. Loans and investments shall be subject to all of the following:

(A) Division (B)(1) of section 1109.22 of the Revised Code. However, except as otherwise provided by the superintendent of financial institutions, the total loans and extensions of credit by a society to a person outstanding at one time shall not exceed three per cent of the society's deposits and surplus.

(B) Section 1109.47 of the Revised Code. However, except as provided in division (B) of section 1109.47 of the Revised Code, a society shall not invest more than three per cent of its deposits and surplus in the stock, obligations, or other securities of any one issuer.

(C) Such restrictions as to maturity, security, and collateral and such protective provisions as are prescribed in rules adopted by the superintendent.

Cite as R.C. § 1133.07

History. Effective Date: 01-01-1997