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220.081(1) (1) The division may, in the event of the closing of any bank which is a member of the federal deposit insurance corporation or the deposits in which are to any extent insured by said corporation, tender to said corporation the appointment as statutory receiver of such bank and if the corporation accepts said appointment, the corporation shall have and possess all the powers and privileges given by the laws of this state to the division as statutory receiver of a closed bank and be subject to all the duties of the division as such statutory receiver, except insofar as such powers, privileges, or duties are in conflict with the provisions of subsection 1 of section 8 of said banking act of 1933, or any other applicable federal laws.
220.081(2) (2) In the event said federal deposit insurance corporation shall accept the appointment as such receiver, it is hereby authorized and empowered to be and act without bond as such receiver.
220.081(3) (3) Upon the acceptance of the appointment as receiver of any delinquent bank by said federal deposit insurance corporation, the possession of and title to all the assets, business and property of such bank of every kind and nature shall pass to and vest in said corporation without the execution of any instruments of conveyance, assignment, transfer or endorsement.
220.081(4) (4) The division or the federal deposit insurance corporation being in possession of any delinquent bank may, as receiver of such bank and upon the order of the circuit court for the county in which such bank is located, borrow money from the federal deposit insurance corporation and secure the payment of such loan by the mortgage pledge, transfer in trust or hypothecation of any or all of the property and assets of such delinquent bank and upon like order may sell to said federal deposit insurance corporation any or all of the property and assets of such delinquent bank.
220.081 History History: 1995 a. 27.
220.082 220.082 Closed insured banks; subrogation of federal deposit insurance corporation. Whenever any bank whose deposits are in whole or in part insured pursuant to any federal laws, shall have been closed on account of the inability to meet the demands of its depositors, and the federal deposit insurance corporation or its successors shall pay or make available for payment the insured deposit liabilities of such closed institution, the corporation or its successors, whether or not the same shall have become receiver or liquidator of such closed bank, shall be subrogated to all rights against such closed bank, or the owner of such insured deposits with like force and effect as if the closed bank were a national bank, to the extent now or hereafter necessary to enable said corporation, under federal law, to make insured payments available to depositors of closed insured banks.
220.085 220.085 Federal aid to banks. On approval of the banking review board, any state bank or trust company, or the receiver of any insolvent or delinquent state bank or trust company, may take advantage of any act that may be enacted by the congress of the United States for the relief of any state banks or trust companies.
220.086 220.086 Receiver of delinquent bank may borrow from federal government agency; court order. The division, having taken possession of any delinquent bank, may, as receiver of such bank, and upon the order of the circuit court for the county in which such bank is located, borrow money from any agency of the federal government, upon such terms and conditions as may be satisfactory to such federal agency, and issue evidences of indebtedness therefor, and secure the payment of such loan by the mortgage, pledge, transfer in trust, or hypothecation of any or all of the property and assets of such delinquent bank.
220.086 History History: 1995 a. 27.
220.09 220.09 Indemnity fund, national bank. Every national bank which has authority under federal law to act in a fiduciary capacity shall comply with s. 223.02.
220.09 History History: 1995 a. 27, 336.
220.10 220.10 Books and accounts; division's control. Whenever it appears to the division that any bank does not keep books and accounts in such manner as to enable the division to readily ascertain the true condition of such bank, the division may require the officers of such bank to open and keep such books or accounts as the division prescribes for the purpose of keeping accurate and convenient records of the transactions and accounts of such bank. Any bank that refuses or neglects to open and keep such books or accounts as the division prescribes shall be subject to a penalty of $10 for each day it neglects and fails to open and keep such prescribed books and accounts.
220.10 History History: 1991 a. 316; 1995 a. 27.
220.12 220.12 Attorney general, duty of. All proceedings by any bank to enjoin the division in the discharge of the division's duties shall be had in the county where said bank is located, or in the supreme court of this state. All suits and proceedings arising out of the provisions of the banking laws, in which the state, or any of its officers or agents shall be parties, shall be conducted under the direction and supervision of the attorney general.
220.12 History History: 1991 a. 316; 1995 a. 27.
220.13 220.13 Copies as evidence. Copies of all records and papers held in the division and certified by the division shall be evidence in all cases equally and of like effect as the original.
220.13 History History: 1991 a. 316; 1995 a. 27.
220.14 220.14 Division's report. The division shall publish an annual report and submit the report to the governor and the chief clerk of each house of the legislature for distribution to the legislature under s. 13.172 (2). The report shall:
220.14(1) (1) Exhibit the condition of the various banks of the state as of the day of the last report made to the division by such banks.
220.14(2) (2) Contain a statement of the condition of every bank from which reports have been received, with an abstract of the whole amount of capital returned by them, the whole amount of their liabilities, the total amount of resources, and specifying the amount of lawful money held by banks at the time of their several returns.
220.14(3) (3) Give a tabulated statement of the resources and liabilities of each bank.
220.14(4) (4) Contain a statement of the banks whose business has been closed during the year, the amount of their resources and liabilities, the amount paid to the creditors thereof and a statement of any banks organized during the year.
220.14(5) (5) Contain a statement of the total number of orders issued by the division during the year under s. 222.0203 (2).
220.14(7) (7) Give such other information as the division deems necessary.
220.14 History History: 1977 c. 196 s. 131; 1983 a. 524; 1995 a. 27; 2003 a. 63.
220.17 220.17 Effect of consolidating banks and trust companies.
220.17(1)(1) Whenever 2 or more banks or trust companies, including national banks, authorized to do a banking business in the state of Wisconsin, shall be consolidated under the charter of one of the consolidating banks or trust companies, or under a new charter issued to such consolidated institution, the rights, interests and franchises of any bank or trust company joining in or party to such consolidation in and to every species of property, real, personal and mixed and chooses in action thereto belonging, shall be deemed transferred to and vested in the consolidated bank or trust company without any deed, endorsement or other instrument of transfer, and the consolidated bank or trust company shall take, hold and enjoy the same and all rights of property, franchises and interests in the same manner and to the same extent as were held and enjoyed by such consolidating banks or trust companies or both at the time of such consolidation.
220.17(2) (2) All of the following apply to a consolidated bank or trust company described in sub. (1), if the consolidated bank or trust company is authorized to perform fiduciary services at the time of the consolidation:
220.17(2)(a) (a) The consolidated bank or trust company shall succeed to all rights, obligations, relations, and trusts, and the duties and liabilities connected with the performance of fiduciary services, held by any bank or trust company party to the consolidation, and without further appointment shall act as trustee or personal representative or in any other fiduciary capacity in which any bank or trust company party to the consolidation was acting at the time of the consolidation.
220.17(2)(b) (b) The consolidated bank or trust company shall execute and perform each trust or relation described in par. (a) in the same manner as if the consolidated bank or trust company itself had assumed the trust or relation, including the obligations and liabilities connected therewith.
220.17(2)(c) (c) The consolidated bank or trust company shall be entitled to be appointed or to act as trustee or personal representative or other fiduciary to the same extent and with the same effect as would any bank or trust company party to the consolidation if prior to the consolidation any bank or trust company party to the consolidation has been designated as trustee or any other fiduciary in any trust deed or other writing, or has been named to act as personal representative in any will.
220.17 History History: 1983 a. 36; 2001 a. 102.
220.18 220.18 Bank or corporate notaries; permitted acts. It shall be lawful for any notary public who is a stockholder, director, officer, member, manager or employee of a bank or other corporation or limited liability company to take the acknowledgment of any party to any written instrument executed to or by that entity, or to administer an oath to any other stockholder, director, officer, member, manager, employee or agent of that entity, or to protest for nonacceptance or nonpayment bills of exchange, drafts, checks, notes and other negotiable instruments which may be owned or held for collection by that entity, if such notary is not a party to such instrument, either individually or as a representative of the entity.
220.18 History History: 1993 a. 112.
220.28 220.28 Destruction of obsolete records by state banks. Any state bank may destroy or dispose of such of its records as may have become obsolete after first obtaining the written consent of the division.
220.28 History History: 1985 a. 127; 1995 a. 27.
220.285 220.285 Reproduction and destruction of records; evidence.
220.285(1)(1) Any state bank, trust company bank, licensee under ss. 138.09, 138.12, 138.14, 218.0101 to 218.0163, 218.02, 218.04, 218.05, 224.72, or 224.725 or ch. 217 may cause any or all records kept by such bank, licensee, or registered person to be recorded, copied or reproduced by any photostatic, photographic or miniature photographic process or by optical imaging if the process employed correctly, accurately and permanently copies, reproduces or forms a medium for copying, reproducing or recording the original record on a film or other durable material. A bank, licensee, or registered person may thereafter dispose of the original record after first obtaining the written consent of the division. This section, excepting that part of it which requires written consent of the division, is applicable to national banking associations insofar as it does not contravene federal law.
220.285(2) (2) Any photographic, photostatic or miniature photographic copy or reproduction or copy reproduced from a film record or any copy of a record generated from optical disk storage of a bank record or record of a licensee or registered person is considered to be an original record for all purposes and shall be treated as an original record in all courts or administrative agencies for the purpose of its admissibility in evidence. A facsimile, exemplification or certified copy of any such photographic copy or reproduction, copy reproduced from a film record or copy generated from optical disk storage of a record shall, for all purposes, be considered a facsimile, exemplification or certified copy of the original record.
220.285 Cross-reference Cross-reference: See also s. DFI-Bkg 9.01, Wis. adm. code.
220.30 220.30 Closing in emergencies. No liability shall be incurred by a bank because the bank is closed during an emergency. If a bank closes during an emergency, the closing shall be noted in the minutes of the next meeting of the bank's board of directors. A bank may not declare in default for nonpayment any obligation which became due while the bank was closed during the emergency if timely payment on the obligation was tendered but not accepted because the bank was closed.
220.30 History History: 1971 c. 120; 1987 a. 252.
220.32 220.32 Transfer of trust business within bank holding company groups.
220.32(1)(1) Definitions. In this section:
220.32(1)(a) (a) "Corporate fiduciary" means all of the following:
220.32(1)(a)1. 1. A trust company bank, state bank with trust powers, corporation or limited liability company, that is authorized under the laws of this state to accept and execute trusts.
220.32(1)(a)2. 2. A national bank or other federally chartered financial institution, if that bank or institution has its principal place of business in this state and is authorized by the appropriate federal agency to accept and execute trusts.
220.32(1)(b) (b) "Subsidiary" of a bank holding company means any other corporation or limited liability company of which voting stock having a majority of the votes entitled to be cast is owned, directly or indirectly, by the bank holding company.
220.32(1)(c) (c) "Trust business" includes self-declared trusts that are established and maintained by a corporate fiduciary, such as common trust funds and group trust funds, and all other activities in which a corporate fiduciary is acting as a fiduciary, as defined in s. 112.01 (1) (b), regardless of whether or not a portion of these activities could be undertaken by an entity that is not authorized to accept and execute trusts in this state.
220.32(2) (2)Transfer to successor fiduciary. If the board of directors of a bank holding company adopt a resolution directing one of its subsidiaries that is a corporate fiduciary to succeed to all or part of the existing or future trust business of another of its subsidiaries that is a corporate fiduciary, the successor corporate fiduciary shall succeed to the predecessor corporate fiduciary. The substitution shall be effective on the date specified in the resolution and no additional authorization is needed. The successor corporate fiduciary shall succeed to all capacities in which the predecessor corporate fiduciary had been acting with respect to the transferred trust business. If, or to the extent that, the resolution directs that one subsidiary shall succeed to future trust business of another subsidiary of the same bank holding company, the successor shall be considered to be named as fiduciary in all writings that named the predecessor corporate fiduciary as trustee, including all wills, trusts, court orders and similar documents and instruments.
220.32 History History: 1997 a. 316.
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated though 2013 Wis. Act 200 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before April 18, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after April 18, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 4-18-14)