Section 1733.30 | Investments.
(A) A credit union may make any investment of any funds not required for the purpose of loans, in state or national banks or state or federally chartered savings and loan associations, savings banks, or credit unions, doing business in this state; in accounts, deposits, or shares of federally insured savings and loan associations or savings banks or insured credit unions, doing business outside this state; in deposits or accounts of federally insured banks, trust companies, and mutual savings banks doing business outside this state; in the shares of a corporate credit union subject to the regulations of that corporate credit union; in shares, stocks, or obligations of any other organization providing services that are associated with the routine operations of credit unions; or in United States government securities or municipal bonds issued by municipalities of this state; and, with the approval of the superintendent of credit unions, in securities other than those specified in this division. All investments under this division shall be made in United States dollars.
(B) In accordance with rules adopted by, and subject to the approval of, the superintendent, notes or loans made by or to individual members of a credit union may be purchased by another credit union at such prices as may be agreed upon between the credit unions.
(C) A corporate credit union may make investments provided the investments are in accordance with rules adopted by the superintendent, are consistent with the safety and soundness of the credit union, and are made with due regard to the investment requirements established by the applicable insurer recognized under section 1733.041 of the Revised Code.
Available Versions of this Section
- April 14, 2006 – House Bill 81, 126th General Assembly [ View April 14, 2006 Version ]