Section 1109.02 | Additional and incidental powers.
(A) In addition to exercising the powers and performing the acts authorized under Chapters 1101. to 1127. of the Revised Code, a state bank has and may exercise all powers and perform all acts attendant to the business of banking as set forth in those chapters.
(B) A state bank has and may exercise all powers, perform all acts, and provide all services that are otherwise a part of or incidental to the business of banking.
(C) In addition to what is otherwise authorized under Chapters 1101. to 1127. of the Revised Code, a state bank has and may exercise all powers, perform all acts, and provide all services that are permitted for national banks and federal savings associations, other than those dealing with interest rates, regardless of the date the corresponding parity rule adopted by the superintendent of financial institutions under section 1121.05 of the Revised Code takes effect. If a state bank intends to take any such action before the adoption of the corresponding parity rule, the bank shall provide the superintendent with prior written notice of the action and the basis for the action. The superintendent, within ninety days after receipt of that notice, may prohibit the bank from taking such action if the superintendent determines it would be unsafe or unsound for the bank.