Sale of assets or transfer of liabilities
- • approval by stockholders and director
- • appeal
(1) Subject to the provisions of this section, and subject to the approval of the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, an Oregon trust company may sell all or any portion of the Oregon trust company’s assets or transfer all or any portion of the Oregon trust company’s liabilities to another trust company outside the ordinary course of business. The parties to the sale or transfer shall document the sale or transfer with an acquisition transaction agreement. The board of directors of each party to the transaction must approve the agreement.
(2) If an Oregon trust company proposes to transfer all or substantially all of the Oregon trust company’s assets, liabilities or both outside the ordinary course of business, the Oregon trust company shall send notice of the acquisition transaction to each of the Oregon trust company’s stockholders within 30 days after the board of directors approves the acquisition transaction. The notice shall set forth the substantive provisions of ORS 711.175 (Stockholder’s right to dissent to merger, share exchange, transfer of assets or liabilities or conversion), 711.180 (Rights of stockholder dissenting to merger, share exchange, transfer of assets or liabilities or conversion) and 711.185 (Stockholder withdrawal of demand for payment for shares made under ORS 711.180). To be effective, each selling Oregon trust company that is a party to the acquisition transaction shall have the acquisition transaction approved by a two-thirds vote of the outstanding stock of each class of voting shares at a meeting called to consider the acquisition transaction.
(3) The Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services shall approve an acquisition transaction that is subject to this section if the director finds that the acquisition transaction:
(a) Conforms with the provisions of the Bank Act;
(b) Will not be detrimental to the safety and soundness of an Oregon trust company that is a party to the acquisition transaction;
(c) Is not contrary to the public interest; and
(d) Is permitted by the supervisory authority, if any, that has jurisdiction over the acquiring trust company, if the acquiring trust company is not an Oregon trust company.
(4) If the director disapproves an acquisition transaction that is subject to this section, the director shall state any objections in writing and give the parties to the acquisition transaction an opportunity to take action to obviate the objections.
(5) Any party to an acquisition transaction agreement may appeal the director’s decision as provided in ORS 183.415 (Notice of right to hearing) to 183.500 (Appeals). [1997 c.631 §233; 2007 c.71 §229; 2015 c.244 §80]
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