|Assembly Actions - Lowercase
Senate Actions - UPPERCASE
|May 07, 2014||reported and committed to finance|
|Jan 08, 2014||referred to banks|
|May 29, 2013||reported and committed to finance|
|May 06, 2013||referred to banks|
senate Bill S5016
Relates to credit unions
Archive: Last Bill Status - In Committee
- In Committee
- On Floor Calendar
- Passed Senate
- Passed Assembly
- Delivered to Governor
- Signed/Vetoed by Governor
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May 7, 2014 - Banks committee VoteS5016140committee14Aye0Nay5Aye with Reservations0Absent0Excused0Abstained
May 29, 2013 - Banks committee VoteS5016130committee13Aye0Nay5Aye with Reservations0Absent1Excused0Abstained
S5016 - Bill Details
- See Assembly Version of this Bill:
- Current Committee:
- Law Section:
- Banking Law
- Laws Affected:
- Add Art 2-D §§89 - 91, add §454-a, Bank L; amd §§98-a & 105, St Fin L
S5016 - Bill Texts
Relates to credit unions.
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TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the banking law and the state finance
law, in relation to credit unions
To create the credit union deposit program.
SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS:
This bill amends Article 2 and section 454 of the Banking Law and
section 98-a and 105 of the State Finance Law to create the credit
union deposit program.
This legislation creates the credit union deposit program which seeks
to encourage the State Comptroller and the Commissioner of Taxation
and Finance to consider placing State funds into local credit unions.
This program recognizes that local credit unions are well-positioned
to use their deposits to support economic activities in their
By encouraging the placement of State deposits in local credit unions,
this program creates an opportunity for New York State to help
stimulate local economic development. Currently, much of the State's
funds may be placed in brokerage firms or in large banking
institutions, many of which may be head quartered in another state.
In either of those cases, the economic benefits of the State deposits
may flow out of the state, and the resulting local economic benefit
can be minimal.
In contrast, deposits in local credit unions can have a significant
impact within that particular community. The placement of state
deposits would help enable these community banking institutions to
meet the economic needs of their local communities. Because many small
communi- ties are home to credit unions, creating the program would be
of benefit to the economies of these small communities.
The intent of this legislation is to encourage the State to consider
placing a portion of its funds in local credit unions. While the
Comptroller and the Commissioner are not required to make such
deposits, they are encouraged to consider the benefits of such an
approach. This would enhance the ability of credit unions to support
the economies of their communities by making loans to their members.
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S T A T E O F N E W Y O R K ________________________________________________________________________ 5016 2013-2014 Regular Sessions I N S E N A T E May 6, 2013 ___________ Introduced by Sen. MAZIARZ -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Banks AN ACT to amend the banking law and the state finance law, in relation to credit unions THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The banking law is amended by adding a new article 2-D to read as follows: ARTICLE 2-D CREDIT UNION DEPOSIT PROGRAM SECTION 89. CREDIT UNION DEPOSIT PROGRAM; PURPOSE. 90. ELIGIBILITY. 91. DEPOSITS. S 89. CREDIT UNION DEPOSIT PROGRAM; PURPOSE. IN RECOGNITION OF THE ECONOMIC BENEFITS AND STIMULUS WHICH RESULT FROM THE PLACEMENT OF DEPOS- ITS IN LOCAL CREDIT UNIONS, THE CREDIT UNION DEPOSIT PROGRAM IS HEREBY CREATED TO AUTHORIZE AND ENCOURAGE THE STATE COMPTROLLER AND THE COMMIS- SIONER OF TAXATION AND FINANCE TO DEPOSIT A PORTION OF THE FUNDS UNDER THEIR CONTROL INTO CREDIT UNIONS. S 90. ELIGIBILITY. 1. TO BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE DEPOSITS, OR TO RENEW EXISTING DEPOSITS UNDER THIS PROGRAM, A CREDIT UNION MUST BE CHARTERED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THIS CHAPTER AND MUST HAVE A CURRENT EXAMINATION RATING OF SATISFACTORY OR BETTER. THE SUPERINTENDENT SHALL, IF REQUESTED BY THE STATE COMPTROLLER OR THE COMMISSIONER OF TAXATION AND FINANCE, CONFIRM WHETHER A PARTICULAR CREDIT UNION MEETS THE CRITERIA SPECIFIED IN THIS SECTION. 2. A FEDERAL CREDIT UNION MAY ALSO BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE DEPOSITS, OR TO RENEW EXISTING DEPOSITS, UNDER THIS PROGRAM IF: (A) ITS PRINCIPAL OFFICE IS LOCATED IN THIS STATE; (B) IT HAS A CURRENT EXAMINATION RATING OF SATISFACTORY OR BETTER; AND (C) IT MEETS ANY ADDITIONAL CRITERIA ESTABLISHED BY THE COMPTROLLER AND THE COMMISSIONER OF TAXATION AND EXPLANATION--Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law to be omitted. LBD10390-01-3 S. 5016 2 FINANCE TO DETERMINE ELIGIBILITY FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM. SUCH CRITERIA MAY INCLUDE A CREDIT UNION'S LOAN TO DEPOSIT RATIO, ITS RECORD OF SMALL BUSINESS LENDING, AND THE IMPACT SUCH DEPOSITS WOULD HAVE ON AN AREA'S ECONOMIC ACTIVITY. S 91. DEPOSITS. 1. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY PROVISIONS OF LAW TO THE CONTRARY, THE STATE COMPTROLLER AND THE COMMISSIONER OF TAXATION AND FINANCE SHALL, FOR THE PURPOSES OF ADMINISTERING MONEYS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS NINETY-EIGHT-A AND ONE HUNDRED FIVE OF THE STATE FINANCE LAW, GIVE CONSIDERATION TO DEPOSITING FUNDS INTO THOSE CREDIT UNIONS WHICH ARE DEEMED ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE DEPOSITS PURSUANT TO SECTION NINETY OF THIS ARTICLE. 2. THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF FUNDS WHICH THE STATE COMPTROLLER AND THE COMMISSIONER OF TAXATION AND FINANCE MAY DEPOSIT UNDER THIS PROGRAM SHALL NOT EXCEED TWO HUNDRED FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS EACH. 3. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY PROVISION OF LAW TO THE CONTRARY, ANY DEPOSITS MADE PURSUANT TO THIS ARTICLE SHALL BE MADE AT RATES, AND FOR SUCH PERI- ODS OF TIME, AS MAY BE AGREED TO BY THE STATE COMPTROLLER OR THE COMMIS- SIONER OF TAXATION AND FINANCE AND THE ELIGIBLE CREDIT UNION. 4. ANY DEPOSITS MADE PURSUANT TO THIS ARTICLE MAY BE SECURED BY AN IRREVOCABLE LETTER OF CREDIT ISSUED BY A FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK. S 2. The banking law is amended by adding a new section 454-a to read as follows: S 454-A. DEPOSITS OF PUBLIC MONEY WITH CREDIT UNIONS. A CREDIT UNION MAY ACCEPT DEPOSITS OF PUBLIC MONEY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION NINETY-ONE OF THIS CHAPTER AND SECTIONS NINETY-EIGHT-A AND ONE HUNDRED FIVE OF THE STATE FINANCE LAW. S 3. The opening paragraph of subdivision 1 of section 98-a of the state finance law, as amended by chapter 545 of the laws of 2005, is amended to read as follows: Except as otherwise provided in subdivision two of this section, any moneys in the general fund of the state or moneys received from the sale of any bonds or notes issued by the state, any moneys in any fund or account of the state, heretofore or hereafter established, the invest- ment of which is not otherwise authorized and which are not immediately required may be invested by the comptroller. Such moneys may be invested only in obligations of the categories specified in subdivisions one to five, both inclusive, and subdivision seven, subdivision four- teen, as added by chapters seven hundred ninety-seven and nine hundred thirty-two of the laws of nineteen hundred sixty-three, respectively, subdivisions fifteen, sixteen and seventeen of section ninety-eight of this article, maturing or redeemable at the option of the holder within twelve years of the date of such investment, subdivisions two-a, eigh- teen, nineteen and twenty of section ninety-eight of this article or in a certificate of deposit of a bank [or], trust company OR CREDIT UNION in this state. Any certificate of deposit shall be fully secured by the issuer thereof depositing with the comptroller stocks, bonds, or notes of any county, town, city, village, fire district or school district of this state issued pursuant to law and maturing within five years from the date of issuance of such certificate of deposit, bonds or notes or direct or guaranteed obligation of the United States of America or its agencies or of the state of New York or bonds and notes issued for any of the corporate purposes of the municipal assistance corporation for the city of New York in an amount equal to the amount of such certif- icate of deposit. Any bonds, notes or certificates of deposit purchased with moneys of the general fund shall be available always to pay any lawful appropriation in force. Any bonds, notes or certificates of S. 5016 3 deposit purchased with moneys received from the sale of any bonds or notes issued by the state shall be available always for the purposes or purpose for which such bonds or notes were issued. Any bonds, notes or certificates of deposit purchased with moneys of any other funds shall be available always for the purpose for which such fund was created. Unless otherwise required by law, income received on any moneys invested pursuant to this section shall be credited to the fund or funds from which such moneys were invested, provided, however, the comptroller is hereby precluded from crediting interest earnings to funds/accounts which: S 4. Subdivisions 1 and 2 of section 105 of the state finance law, subdivision 1 as amended by chapter 204 of the laws of 2002, subdivision 2 as amended by chapter 154 of the laws of 1953, paragraph b of subdivi- sion 2 as amended by chapter 345 of the laws of 2005, are amended to read as follows: 1. All moneys received by the commissioner of taxation and finance on account of the state, excepting such moneys as are required by law to be deposited to the credit of the comptroller, but including such moneys as are thereafter paid into the state treasury by the comptroller, shall be deposited by the commissioner of taxation and finance within three days after the receipt thereof, either as a demand deposit or an interest- bearing time deposit (other than a time certificate of deposit), as he and the comptroller may determine, in such banks, trust companies [and], industrial banks AND CREDIT UNIONS as in his opinion and the opinion of the comptroller are secure. The moneys so deposited shall be placed to the account of the commissioner of taxation and finance. He shall keep a bankbook in which shall be entered his account of deposit in and moneys drawn from the banks and trust companies [and], industrial banks AND CREDIT UNIONS in which deposits are made by him, which he shall exhibit to the comptroller for his inspection on the first Tuesday of every month and oftener if required. He shall not draw any moneys from such banks, trust companies [or], industrial banks OR CREDIT UNIONS unless by checks signed and countersigned in the manner prescribed by section one hundred one, unless otherwise provided by law. No moneys shall be paid by any such bank, trust company [or], industrial bank OR CREDIT UNION out of any such deposit except upon such checks. Moneys may be paid through electronic transfer in accordance with procedures developed by the commissioner of taxation and finance and the comptroller and consistent with the requirements of this section for recording payments. Such payments through electronic transfer shall be considered, for purposes of this chapter, to be moneys drawn by check. Every such bank, trust company [or], industrial bank OR CREDIT UNION shall transmit to the comptroller monthly statements of all moneys received and paid by it on account of the commissioner of taxation and finance. 2. Every bank, trust company [and], industrial bank AND CREDIT UNION designated for the deposit of state moneys under the provisions of this section shall, before deposits are made: a. Execute and file with the commissioner of taxation and finance a bond to the state in such form and with such surety or sureties for such sums as may be prescribed and approved by the commissioner of taxation and finance and comptroller, for the safekeeping and prompt payment of such moneys on legal demand therefor with interest, if any; or b. In lieu of such surety bond, with the permission of the comptroller and the commissioner of taxation and finance, deposit with the comp- troller outstanding unmatured: S. 5016 4 (1) bonds or notes of the United States of America, or obligations, the payment of which is guaranteed by the United States of America, (2) bonds or notes of the state of New York, (3) bonds or notes of any county, town, city, village, fire district or school districts in the state of New York authorized to be issued by law, (4) bonds of the Port of New York Authority of any year, (5) bonds of the Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority, (6) bonds of the Triborough bridge and tunnel authority, (7) bonds or notes of the New York state thruway authority, (8) bonds, notes or other obligations of any municipal housing author- ity in the state of New York authorized to be issued by law, provided such bonds, notes or other obligations qualify under the provisions of section forty-nine of the public housing law, (9) bonds or notes of the Power Authority of the state of New York, (10) bonds or notes of the Niagara Frontier Port Authority, (11) bonds or notes of the Dormitory Authority of the state of New York, (12) bonds or notes of the New York state bridge authority, (13) bonds or notes issued for any of the corporate purposes of the New York state housing finance agency, (14) bonds or notes of the Metropolitan Commuter Transportation Authority, (15) bonds or notes of the New York State Pure Waters Authority, for which the commissioner of taxation and finance and the comptroller shall deliver a certificate of deposit containing the conditions of such deposit, (16) bonds or notes of the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, (17) bonds or notes of the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority, (18) bonds or notes of the Capital District Transportation Authority, (19) bonds or notes of the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority, 20 Bonds or notes of the New York state project finance agency, (21) Bonds or notes of the municipal assistance corporation for the city of New York, (22) bonds or notes issued for any of the corporate purposes of the New York state medical care facilities finance agency, for which the commissioner of taxation and finance and the comptroller shall deliver a certificate of deposit containing the conditions of such deposit, or (23) irrevocable letters of credit issued by a federal home loan bank. c. With the permission of the comptroller and commissioner of taxation and finance execute and file with the commissioner of taxation and finance an undertaking to the effect that such bank, trust company [or], industrial bank OR CREDIT UNION will safely keep and promptly pay over all such deposits on legal demand therefor with interest, if any, and as collateral to such undertaking deposit with the comptroller a certified check or checks drawn on and certified by the federal reserve bank with- in the state payable to his order in such amount or amounts as shall be agreed upon by the comptroller and the depositary. S 5. This act shall take effect immediately.
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