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6-863. Suspension or revocation of certificate

A. The superintendent may suspend or revoke the certificate of a trust company pursuant to title 41, chapter 6, article 10 if the superintendent determines that:

1. The trust company has failed or refused to comply with any order issued pursuant to section 6-137.

2. The application for a certificate or for renewal of a certificate or any report submitted to the superintendent contained a false representation or omission of a material fact.

3. Any officer or agent of the trust company, in connection with the submission of any report or information to the superintendent or an application for a certificate or for renewal of a certificate, knowingly made a false representation of a material fact or failed to disclose a material fact to the superintendent or the duly authorized agent of the superintendent.

4. The trust company has violated any applicable law, rule or order.

5. The trust company is impaired or insolvent and the trust company is unable to pay debts as they become due in the regular course of its business.

6. The trust company refuses to permit an examination or investigation by the superintendent of its books and affairs or has failed or refused to furnish within thirty days any information or to make any report that may be required by the superintendent.

7. The trust company is unable to maintain the amount of capital required by law.

8. The trust company failed to conduct business in a safe, sound and lawful manner.

9. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company has been convicted in any state of a felony or a crime of moral turpitude, breach of trust, fraud, theft or dishonesty.

10. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company is not honest or truthful and does not demonstrate good character.

11. The trust company's certificate or authorization to engage in trust business in any state or country has been revoked, suspended or denied.

12. A final judgment has been entered in a civil action against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company involving fraud, deceit or misrepresentation and the conduct is contrary to the interest of the public to permit the person to engage in a trust business, to control or manage a trust company or to work for a trust company handling trust funds.

13. An order by an administrative agency of this state, another state, the federal government, a territory of the United States or another country has been entered against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company involving fraud, deceit or misrepresentation and the conduct is contrary to the interest of the public to permit the person to engage in a trust business, to control or manage a trust company or to work for a trust company handling trust funds.

B. The superintendent may suspend the certificate if an indictment or information is issued against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company for forgery, embezzlement, retaining monies under false pretenses, extortion, criminal conspiracy to defraud or a like offense and a certified copy of the indictment or information or other proper evidence of the indictment or information is filed with the superintendent.

C. Pursuant to subsection A of this section, the superintendent may suspend or revoke the certificate for the acts and omissions of:

1. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company while acting in the course of the trust business.

2. A person entitled to vote more than fifteen per cent of the outstanding voting shares of the trust company.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title6 > 6-863

6-863. Suspension or revocation of certificate

A. The superintendent may suspend or revoke the certificate of a trust company pursuant to title 41, chapter 6, article 10 if the superintendent determines that:

1. The trust company has failed or refused to comply with any order issued pursuant to section 6-137.

2. The application for a certificate or for renewal of a certificate or any report submitted to the superintendent contained a false representation or omission of a material fact.

3. Any officer or agent of the trust company, in connection with the submission of any report or information to the superintendent or an application for a certificate or for renewal of a certificate, knowingly made a false representation of a material fact or failed to disclose a material fact to the superintendent or the duly authorized agent of the superintendent.

4. The trust company has violated any applicable law, rule or order.

5. The trust company is impaired or insolvent and the trust company is unable to pay debts as they become due in the regular course of its business.

6. The trust company refuses to permit an examination or investigation by the superintendent of its books and affairs or has failed or refused to furnish within thirty days any information or to make any report that may be required by the superintendent.

7. The trust company is unable to maintain the amount of capital required by law.

8. The trust company failed to conduct business in a safe, sound and lawful manner.

9. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company has been convicted in any state of a felony or a crime of moral turpitude, breach of trust, fraud, theft or dishonesty.

10. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company is not honest or truthful and does not demonstrate good character.

11. The trust company's certificate or authorization to engage in trust business in any state or country has been revoked, suspended or denied.

12. A final judgment has been entered in a civil action against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company involving fraud, deceit or misrepresentation and the conduct is contrary to the interest of the public to permit the person to engage in a trust business, to control or manage a trust company or to work for a trust company handling trust funds.

13. An order by an administrative agency of this state, another state, the federal government, a territory of the United States or another country has been entered against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company involving fraud, deceit or misrepresentation and the conduct is contrary to the interest of the public to permit the person to engage in a trust business, to control or manage a trust company or to work for a trust company handling trust funds.

B. The superintendent may suspend the certificate if an indictment or information is issued against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company for forgery, embezzlement, retaining monies under false pretenses, extortion, criminal conspiracy to defraud or a like offense and a certified copy of the indictment or information or other proper evidence of the indictment or information is filed with the superintendent.

C. Pursuant to subsection A of this section, the superintendent may suspend or revoke the certificate for the acts and omissions of:

1. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company while acting in the course of the trust business.

2. A person entitled to vote more than fifteen per cent of the outstanding voting shares of the trust company.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title6 > 6-863

6-863. Suspension or revocation of certificate

A. The superintendent may suspend or revoke the certificate of a trust company pursuant to title 41, chapter 6, article 10 if the superintendent determines that:

1. The trust company has failed or refused to comply with any order issued pursuant to section 6-137.

2. The application for a certificate or for renewal of a certificate or any report submitted to the superintendent contained a false representation or omission of a material fact.

3. Any officer or agent of the trust company, in connection with the submission of any report or information to the superintendent or an application for a certificate or for renewal of a certificate, knowingly made a false representation of a material fact or failed to disclose a material fact to the superintendent or the duly authorized agent of the superintendent.

4. The trust company has violated any applicable law, rule or order.

5. The trust company is impaired or insolvent and the trust company is unable to pay debts as they become due in the regular course of its business.

6. The trust company refuses to permit an examination or investigation by the superintendent of its books and affairs or has failed or refused to furnish within thirty days any information or to make any report that may be required by the superintendent.

7. The trust company is unable to maintain the amount of capital required by law.

8. The trust company failed to conduct business in a safe, sound and lawful manner.

9. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company has been convicted in any state of a felony or a crime of moral turpitude, breach of trust, fraud, theft or dishonesty.

10. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company is not honest or truthful and does not demonstrate good character.

11. The trust company's certificate or authorization to engage in trust business in any state or country has been revoked, suspended or denied.

12. A final judgment has been entered in a civil action against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company involving fraud, deceit or misrepresentation and the conduct is contrary to the interest of the public to permit the person to engage in a trust business, to control or manage a trust company or to work for a trust company handling trust funds.

13. An order by an administrative agency of this state, another state, the federal government, a territory of the United States or another country has been entered against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company involving fraud, deceit or misrepresentation and the conduct is contrary to the interest of the public to permit the person to engage in a trust business, to control or manage a trust company or to work for a trust company handling trust funds.

B. The superintendent may suspend the certificate if an indictment or information is issued against any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company for forgery, embezzlement, retaining monies under false pretenses, extortion, criminal conspiracy to defraud or a like offense and a certified copy of the indictment or information or other proper evidence of the indictment or information is filed with the superintendent.

C. Pursuant to subsection A of this section, the superintendent may suspend or revoke the certificate for the acts and omissions of:

1. Any officer, director, employee or agent of the trust company while acting in the course of the trust business.

2. A person entitled to vote more than fifteen per cent of the outstanding voting shares of the trust company.

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