Kan. Admin. Regs. § 38-10-1 - Permission to establish branches

(a) A Kansas state-chartered savings and loan association may be permitted by the savings and loan commissioner to establish branches within another state provided:
(1) the establishment of the branch office will be achieved in conjunction with a transaction in which:
(A) the assets and/or liabilities are acquired by the Kansas state-chartered association by merger or otherwise; and
(B) the insured accounts of the failing non-Kansas state-chartered institution are assumed by and transferred to the insured Kansas state-chartered association as a means of payment of insurance by the federal savings and loan insurance corporation or pursuant to an action by the federal savings and loan insurance corporation undertaken to prevent the liquidation of the non-Kansas state-chartered association; and
(2) the commissioner determines that the acquiring of the non-Kansas state-chartered association poses no excessive risk to the acquiring Kansas state-chartered association.
(b) The association shall apply to the commissioner in the form and under the conditions required by the commissioner.
(c) A Kansas state-chartered association that acquires a failing institution may establish or operate branch offices in a state or states, other than the state in which the failing institution operates, if branching rights under this subsection do not in any event exceed three states other than the state in which the failing institution operates.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 38-10-1
Authorized by and implementing 1987 HB 2157; effective, T-88-26, Aug. 19, 1987; effective May 1, 1988.

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