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6-1104 - Acquisition of control; approval by superintendent
6-1104. Acquisition of control; approval by superintendent
A. A person shall not, directly or indirectly, make a tender offer for, request or invite a tender offer for, offer to exchange securities for or acquire in the open market or otherwise any voting security or any security convertible into a voting security of a financial institution or controlling person if the transaction would result in the person becoming a financial institution holding company unless the superintendent has approved the acquisition of control pursuant to this article. This section does not prohibit a person from negotiating or entering into agreements subject to the condition that the acquisition of control is not effective until approval of the superintendent pursuant to this article is obtained.
B. A person who has been approved pursuant to this article is not required to make a subsequent application pursuant to this article to acquire additional control or fractions of control of the financial institution or controlling person for which it was approved if the person has remained in continuous control of the financial institution or controlling person.