Marginal note:Superintendent’s directions to bank holding company
960 (1) If, in the opinion of the Superintendent, a bank holding company, one of its affiliates or any person with respect to a bank holding company is committing, or is about to commit, an act — or is pursuing or is about to pursue a course of conduct — that may directly or indirectly be prejudicial to the interest of depositors, policyholders or creditors of a federal financial institution that is affiliated with the bank holding company, the Superintendent may direct the bank holding company to
(a) cease or refrain from committing the act or pursuing the course of conduct;
(b) cause the affiliate or person to cease or refrain from committing the act or pursuing the course of conduct, to the extent that the bank holding company is able to do so;
(c) perform any act that in the opinion of the Superintendent is necessary to remedy the situation or to minimize the prejudice; or
(d) cause the affiliate or person to perform any act that in the opinion of the Superintendent is necessary to remedy the situation or to minimize the prejudice, to the extent that the bank holding company is able to do so.
Marginal note:Opportunity for representations
(2) Subject to subsection (4), no direction shall be issued unless the bank holding company is provided with a reasonable opportunity to make representations in respect of the matter.
Marginal note:Temporary direction
(3) If, in the opinion of the Superintendent, the length of time required for representations to be made might be prejudicial to the public interest, the Superintendent may make a temporary direction with respect to the matters referred to in paragraphs (1)(a) to (d) having effect for a period of not more than fifteen days.
Marginal note:Continued effect
(4) A temporary direction made under subsection (3) continues to have effect after the expiration of the fifteen day period referred to in that subsection if no representations are made to the Superintendent within that period or, if representations have been made, the Superintendent notifies the bank holding company that the Superintendent is not satisfied that there are sufficient grounds for revoking the direction.
- 2001, c. 9, s. 183
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