A. The superintendent may employ deputy superintendents, subject to the commissioner's approval and in accordance with the Civil Service Law. [2007, c. 79, §1 (AMD).]
B. The superintendent shall designate a deputy superintendent to perform the duties of the superintendent whenever the superintendent is absent from the State; a deputy superintendent is directed to do so by the superintendent; there is a vacancy in the office of superintendent; or
the superintendent is incapacitated by illness. In the event of a vacancy in the office of the superintendent, the superintendent's
incapacitating illness or absence from the State at a time when there is no deputy superintendent, the commissioner may designate
a special deputy superintendent to perform the duties of the superintendent for a period not to exceed 6 months. [2007, c. 79, §2 (AMD).]
2007, c. 79, §1 (AMD);
2007, c. 79, §2 (AMD)
2.Examiners and employees.
A. The superintendent may employ personnel as the business of the bureau may require, subject to the commissioner's approval
and in accordance with the Civil Service Law. The qualifications of those personnel must reflect the needs and responsibilities
relating to the bureau's regulatory functions pursuant to this Title. The superintendent may authorize senior personnel of
the bureau to carry out the superintendent's duties and authority. [1995, c. 502, Pt. H, §4 (AMD).]
B. The superintendent may employ or engage such expert, professional or other assistance as may be necessary to assist the
bureau in carrying out its functions. [1975, c. 500, §1 (NEW).]
C. In addition to salaries or wages, all employees of the bureau shall receive their actual expenses incurred in the performance
of their official duties. [1975, c. 500, §1 (NEW).]
1995, c. 502, Pt. H, §4 (AMD)
3.Training of bureau personnel.
At the expense of the bureau, the superintendent may train the deputy superintendents and bureau's employees, or have them trained, in a manner the superintendent determines desirable; however training programs
may not place such undue emphasis upon safety and soundness of financial institutions that institutions would be inhibited
by the bureau from engaging in unusual activities or loans that are in the public interest.
2007, c. 79, §3 (AMD)
4.Contracts with other state and federal regulatory agencies.
The superintendent may employ and engage experts, professionals or other personnel of other state and federal regulatory
agencies as may be necessary to assist the bureau in carrying out its regulatory functions. The superintendent may contract
bureau staff to other state and federal agencies to assist those agencies in carrying out their regulatory functions. Contracts
for services under this subsection are designated sole source contracts and are not subject to the procurement requirements
of Title 5, chapter 155.
1999, c. 184, §6 (AMD)
1975, c. 500, §1 (NEW).
1983, c. 553, §46 (AMD).
RR 1993, c. 1, §§25,26 (COR).
1995, c. 502, §H4 (AMD).
1995, c. 628, §9 (AMD).
1999, c. 184, §6 (AMD).
2007, c. 79, §§1-3 (AMD).
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