Subpart B. Organization and Powers of State Trust Company.
§ 53‑331. Organization and powers of State trust company.
(a) Subject to the other provisions of this Part, one or more persons may organize and charter a State trust company, which may be established in the manner described in this Part and in no other way.
(b) Subject to G.S. 53‑313 and G.S. 53‑336(b) and other applicable provisions of State and federal law, a State trust company may:
(1) Act as a fiduciary within or outside this State;
(2) Act within or outside this State as agent, advisory agent, assignee, assignee for the benefit of creditors, attorney‑in‑fact, authenticating agent, bailee, bond or indenture trustee, conservator, conversion agent, curator, custodian, escrow agent, exchange agent, fiscal or paying agent, financial adviser, investment adviser, investment manager, managing agent, purchase agent, receiver, registrar, safekeeping agent, subscription agent, transfer agent, warrant agent, or in similar capacities generally performed by corporate trustees, and in so acting to possess, purchase, sell, invest, reinvest, safekeep, or otherwise manage or administer real or personal property of other persons;
(3) Engage in trust marketing within this State; and
(4) Exercise the powers of a business corporation organized under North Carolina law and any incidental powers that are reasonably necessary to enable it to fully exercise, in accordance with commonly accepted fiduciary customs and usages, a power conferred in this Article. (2001‑263, s. 1; 2011‑339, s. 9.)