20 CSR 1100-4.010 - Fiduciary Responsibility

PURPOSE: This rule 1) prevents a conflict of interest for any officer, director, committee member or employee of a credit union by prohibiting them from benefiting personally from the sale of insurance or other services which could lead to a breach of their fiduciary duty to the credit union and its members and 2) assures that compensation will be added to the credit union's income rather than be paid directly to and retained by any officer, director, committee member or employee of the credit union.

(1) To avoid incidence of conflict of interest or violation of fiduciary responsibility to the membership, any person acting on behalf of the credit union shall pay to the credit union, all commissions, fees, bonuses, reimbursements or other considerations received from any source other than the credit union by reason of his/her relationship with the credit union.
(2) Reimbursements shall be accounted for as other income or reserve for expense adjustment pending final allocation to related expense categories.


20 CSR 1100-4.010
AUTHORITY: section 370.100, RSMo 1986.* This rule originally filed as 4 CSR 100-4.010. Original rule filed June 14, 1978, effective Oct. 15, 1978. Moved to 20 CSR 1100-4.010, effective Aug. 28, 2006.

*Original authority: 370.100, RSMo 1939, amended, 1945(2), 1949, 1959, 1967 and 1972.

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