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(a) The business of any bank or trust company shall be managed and controlled by such bank's or trust company's board of directors.
(b) The board shall consist of not less than five nor more than 25 members who shall be elected by the stockholders at any regular annual meeting which shall be held on the date specified in the bank's or trust company's bylaws. A majority of the directors shall be residents of this state. Minutes shall be made of each stockholders' meeting of a bank or trust company. The minutes shall show any action taken by the stockholders, including the election of all directors.
(c) If for any reason the meeting cannot be held on the date specified in the bylaws, the meeting shall be held on a subsequent day within 60 days of the day fixed, to be designated by the board of directors, or, if the directors fail to fix the day, by the shareholders representing 2/3 of the shares.
(d) In all cases, at least 10 days' notice of the date for the annual meeting shall have been given by first-class mail to the shareholders.
(e) Any newly created directorship must be approved and elected by the shareholders in the manner provided in the general corporation code. A special meeting of the shareholders may be convened at any time for such purpose.
(f) Any vacancy in the board of directors may be filled by the board of directors in the manner provided in the general corporation code.
(g) Any director of any bank or trust company who shall become indebted to such bank or trust company on any judgment or whose indebtedness is charged off or forgiven shall forfeit such person's position as director.
(h) Within 15 days after the annual meeting the president or cashier of every bank and every trust company shall submit to the commissioner a certified list of stockholders and the number of shares owned by each. This list of stockholders shall be kept and maintained in the bank's or trust company's main office and shall be subject to inspection by all stockholders during the business hours of the bank or trust company. The commissioner may require the list to be filed using an electronic means.
(i) Each director shall take and subscribe an oath to administer the affairs of such bank or trust company diligently and honestly and to not knowingly or willfully permit any of the laws relating to banks or trust companies to be violated. A copy of each oath shall be retained by the bank or trust company in the bank's or trust company's records after the election of any officer or director, for review by the commissioner's staff during the next examination. The commissioner may require the oath to be filed using an electronic means.
(j) Every bank and trust company shall notify the commissioner of any change in the chief executive officer, president or directors, including in such bank's or trust company's report a statement of the past and current business and professional affiliations of the new chief executive officer, president or directors.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 9. Banks and Banking; Trust Companies § 9-1114. Board of directors of bank or trust company; rules and requirements - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-9-banks-and-banking-trust-companies/ks-st-sect-9-1114/
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