2017 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
Chapter 186. Credit unions.
186.32 Corporate central credit union.

Universal Citation: WI Stat § 186.32 (2017)

186.32 Corporate central credit union.

(1)Organization. A corporate central credit union may be organized and operated under the conditions and provisions of this chapter and subject to all of the provisions of this chapter not inconsistent with this section. It shall be lawful for other credit unions located in this state and any other state to become members of a corporate central credit union. Credit unions having membership in a corporate central credit union may be represented at an annual or special meeting of the corporate central credit union by one member authorized by the board of directors of that member credit union and shall be entitled to one vote. The representative may be eligible for office in the corporate central credit union the same as if the representative were a member of the corporate central credit union.

(2)Dividends. A corporate central credit union may pay to the accounts of member credit unions dividends on a basis other than that required by this subsection for other members of a corporate central credit union. Dividends paid under this subsection shall be considered a normal operating expense of the corporate central credit union's operation. Rates of such dividends and terms of payment may be established and guaranteed in advance by action of the corporate central credit union's board of directors.

History: 1971 c. 193; 1979 c. 282; 1981 c. 5; 1993 a. 482; 1995 a. 151.

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