2013 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 90 - Securities (Uniform Act)
NRS 90.225 - Depository institution defined.
1. Depository institution means:
(a) A person that is organized, chartered or holding an authorization certificate under the laws of a state or of the United States which authorizes the person to receive deposits, including a savings, share, certificate or deposit account, and that is supervised and examined for the protection of depositors by an official or agency of a state or the United States; and
(b) A trust company or other institution that is authorized by federal or state law to exercise fiduciary powers of the type a national bank is permitted to exercise under the authority of the comptroller of the currency and is supervised and examined by an official or agency of a state or the United States.
2. Depository institution does not include an insurance company or other organization primarily engaged in the insurance business or a Morris Plan bank, industrial loan company, or a similar bank or company unless its deposits are insured by a federal agency.
(Added to NRS by 1987, 2149; A 1989, 160)
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