Register February 2003 No. 566
Chapter DFI-SL 15
INVESTMENTS IN SUBSIDIARIES
Subsidiary investments authorized.
Ch. DFI-SL 15 Note
Chapter S-L 15 was renumbered chapter DFI-SL 15 under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 1., Stats., and corrections made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 6. and 7., Stats., Register, July, 1998, No. 511
Subsidiary investments authorized. DFI-SL 15.01(1)(1)
"Investment in subsidiaries" defined.
An association's investment in subsidiaries includes:
Mortgage loans, commercial loans, loan guarantees and letters of credit related to a subsidiary in which an association has invested.
Any other obligation for direct or contingent payment of a subsidiary's debt.
To be audited by a certified public accountant at least once each fiscal year and deliver a copy of the certified public accountant's certified report to the division simultaneously with the delivery of the report to it;
To file any report requested by the division, submit to periodic examination by the division and pay the expense of the examinations and audits;
Not to directly or indirectly enter into a business venture with an officer, director or employee of a the association or of a subsidiary unless the division gives prior written approval.
To maintain books in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
To make all books and records available for examination by the division on a timely basis.
DFI-SL 15.01(3)(a)(a) Corporations.
An application for approval of investment in a corporation under this section shall contain:
A copy of the corporation's articles of incorporation certified by an officer of the corporation;
(b) Partnerships and joint ventures.
An application for approval of an investment in a partnership or joint venture under this section shall contain the partnership or joint venture agreement and other information which the division may require.
An application for approval of an investment in an LLC shall contain:
A list of officers, directors or other persons with managerial authority of the LLC.
(4) Special approval.
An association may make an investment in a subsidiary in which it has less than a majority and controlling interest only if the division gives prior written approval.
(5) Approval considerations.
In acting under this section, factors which the division shall consider include:
The anticipated benefit to the association and its depositors and other customers; and
The managerial capabilities and expertise of the personnel of the association and its subsidiaries.
DFI-SL 15.01 Note
This section interprets or implements s. 215.13 (26) (f)
DFI-SL 15.01 History
Cr. Register, June, 1989, No. 402
, eff. 7-1-89; CR 98-137
: am. (1) (b) and (d), cr. (3) (c) Register February 2003 No. 566
, eff. 3-1-03.