Establishing or maintaining primary or secondary market in securities
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(1) The provisions of ORS 732.435 (Suit to recover insider profits) do not apply to any purchase and sale, or sale and purchase, and the provisions of ORS 732.440 (Prohibited sales of securities) do not apply to any sale, of an equity security of a domestic stock insurer not then or theretofore held by the insurer in an investment account, by a security dealer in the ordinary course of the insurer’s business and incident to the establishment or maintenance by the insurer of a primary or secondary market (otherwise than on an exchange as defined in the Securities Exchange Act of 1934) for such security.
(2) The Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services may, by such rules as the director considers necessary or appropriate in the public interest, define and prescribe terms and conditions with respect to securities held in an investment account and transactions made in the ordinary course of business and incident to the establishment or maintenance of a primary or secondary market. [Formerly 738.760]
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