§ 54C-122. Lending procedures.
(a) The board of directors shall establish procedures by which loans are to be considered, approved, and made by the savings bank.
(b) All actions on loan applications to the savings bank shall be reported to the board of directors at its next meeting.
(c) Subject to any rules as the Commissioner of Banks deems appropriate, a savings bank may lend funds on any collateral deemed sufficient by the board of directors to properly secure loans. Loans made solely upon security of collateral consisting of stock or equity securities that are not listed on a national stock exchange or regularly quoted and offered for trade on an over-the-counter market are considered loans without security.
(d) A savings bank may lend funds without requiring security. No unsecured loan shall exceed the maximum amount authorized by rules of the Commissioner of Banks.
(e) A savings bank may make insured or guaranteed loans in accordance with G.S. 53C-5-3.
(f) A savings bank may invest any funds on hand in the purchase of loans of a type that the savings bank could make in accordance with this Chapter.
(g) A savings bank may invest in a participating interest in loans of a type that the savings bank could make in accordance with this Chapter.
(h) A savings bank may sell any loan, including any participating interest in a loan. (1991, c. 680, s. 1; 2001-193, s. 16; 2012-56, s. 45.)