Office of Financial Institutions and Securities Regulation.
288.778 Office of Financial Institutions and Securities Regulation.—The Office of Financial Regulation shall review the corporation’s activities once every 24 months to determine compliance with this part and other related laws and rules and to evaluate the corporation’s operations. The office shall prepare a report based on its review and evaluation with recommendation for any corrective action. The president shall submit to the office regular reports on the corporation’s activities. The content and frequency of such reports shall be determined by the office. The office shall charge a fee for conducting the review and evaluation and preparing the related report, which fee shall not be in excess of the examination fee paid by financial institutions chartered or licensed under the financial institutions code of this state.
History.—s. 56, ch. 93-187; s. 19, ch. 99-155; s. 347, ch. 2003-261.