(A) A savings bank may become a member of, acquire stock in, and deposit money with a federal home loan bank created by the "Federal Home Loan Bank Act," as amended.
(B) A savings bank may become a member of the federal reserve system under the "Federal Reserve Act of 1913," upon the terms set forth in that act.
(C) Any savings bank exercising the rights and powers granted by division (A) or (B) of this section shall continue to be subject to the supervision and examinations required by the laws of this state. The superintendent of savings banks may disclose to the federal reserve board or to the federal deposit insurance corporation, or to examiners appointed by the board or the corporation, all information concerning the affairs of any bank that has become, or desires to become, a member of a federal reserve bank.
(D) A savings bank may acquire debt or equity securities in, and deposit money with any bank engaged in the business of providing its services to savings banks and banks, including a federal reserve bank.
Cite as R.C. § 1161.62
History. Effective Date: 10-23-1991