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Version of section 202 from 2012-12-19 to 2020-09-09:


Marginal note:Disclosure of interest

  •  (1) A director or officer of a bank shall disclose to the bank, in writing or by requesting to have it entered in the minutes of a meeting of directors or a meeting of a committee of directors, the nature and extent of any interest they have in a material contract or material transaction with the bank, whether entered into or proposed, if they

    • (a) are a party to the contract or transaction;

    • (b) are a director or officer of a party to the contract or transaction or a person acting in a similar capacity; or

    • (c) have a material interest in a party to the contract or transaction.

  • Marginal note:Time of disclosure — director

    (2) The disclosure shall be made in the case of a director

    • (a) at the meeting of directors, or of a committee of directors, at which the proposed contract or transaction is first considered;

    • (b) if at the time of the meeting referred to in paragraph (a) the director was not interested in the proposed contract or transaction, at the first one after they become interested in it;

    • (c) if the director becomes interested after a contract or transaction is entered into, at the first one after they become interested; or

    • (d) if a person who is interested in a contract or transaction becomes a director, at the first one after they become a director.

  • Marginal note:Time of disclosure — officer

    (3) The disclosure shall be made in the case of an officer who is not a director

    • (a) immediately after they become aware that the contract, transaction, proposed contract or proposed transaction is to be considered or has been considered at a meeting of directors or of a committee of directors;

    • (b) if they become interested after the contract or transaction is entered into, immediately after they become interested; or

    • (c) if a person who is interested in a contract or transaction becomes an officer, immediately after they become an officer.

  • Marginal note:Time of disclosure — contract not requiring approval

    (4) If the material contract or material transaction, whether entered into or proposed, is one that in the ordinary course of the bank’s business would not require approval by the directors, shareholders or members, as the case may be, the director or officer must disclose to the bank, in writing or by requesting to have it entered in the minutes of a meeting of directors or of a committee of directors, the nature and extent of their interest immediately after they become aware of the contract or transaction.

  • 1991, c. 46, s. 202
  • 2005, c. 54, s. 39
  • 2010, c. 12, s. 1990
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