N.J.S.A 17:52-18. Banks and trust companies; powers

17:52-18. Banks and trust companies; powers

Every bank and trust company organized under the laws of this State shall have power to become a member and a stockholder of a business development corporation, but a bank or trust company which is not a member of such a corporation shall not hold any stock of the corporation. No such bank or trust company shall become a member of more than 1 business development corporation, or hold stock in more than 1 such corporation, and no such bank or trust company shall invest more than 10% of its capital stock and surplus in the stock of any such corporation. Banks and trust companies which are not members of a business development corporation may invest in the obligations of any such corporation or corporations, but the aggregate amount so invested shall not exceed 10% of the capital and surplus of any such bank or trust company.

L.1957, C.218, p. 761, s.18.

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