TRUSTS AND FIDUCIARIES
68-404A. Banks and trust companies — Investment in mutual funds. (1) In addition to other investments authorized by law for the investment of funds held by a fiduciary, or by the instrument governing the fiduciary relationship, and notwithstanding any other provision of law, a bank or trust company acting as a fiduciary, agent or otherwise may, in the exercise of its investment discretion or at the direction of another person authorized to direct the investment of funds held by the bank or trust company as a fiduciary, invest and reinvest in the securities of an open-end or closed-end management investment company or investment trust registered under the federal investment company act of 1940.
(2) The fact that the bank or trust company or an affiliate of the bank or trust company provides services to the investment company or investment trust as an investment advisor, custodian, transfer agent, registrar, sponsor, distributor, manager or otherwise and is receiving reasonable remuneration for those services, shall not preclude such bank or trust company from investing or reinvesting in the securities of such investment company or investment trust.
[68-404A, added 1992, ch. 54, sec. 1, p. 160.]