South Carolina Code 34-28-240. Voluntary supervisory stock conversions
South Carolina Code > Title 34 > Chapter 28 > § 34-28-240 - Voluntary supervisory stock conversions
Current as of: 2009
(1) A voluntary supervisory stock conversion is a conversion involving the sale of a mutual association's newly issued stock to a third party or parties in a transaction in which the association's members have no rights of approval or participation, and no rights to the continuance of any legal or beneficial ownership interest in the converted association pursuant to a conversion plan approved by the Board and a majority of the board of directors of the converting association.
(2) The Board shall have the discretion to approve a voluntary supervisory stock conversion, subject to regulations it may promulgate, when:
(a) It has the power to appoint a receiver for the purpose of liquidation of the converting association pursuant to Section 34-28-730;
(b) Upon liquidation the mutual account holders of the converting association would not realize any equity value;
(c) The converting association is in receivership, or has been authorized to receive assistance under Section 406 of the National Housing Act, l2 U.S.C. Section 1729, or the Board has determined that a severe financial condition exists which threatens the financial condition of the converting association and that approval of the voluntary supervisory conversion is likely to improve the converting association's financial condition; and
(d) The Board finds that following the conversion, the converting association will be a viable entity.
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