837. If at any time a person establishes an entitlement to any moneys paid to the Receiver General under subsection 291(4), the Receiver General shall pay an equivalent amount to that person out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
- 2001, c. 9, s. 183.
Marginal note:Sections 294 to 306 apply
838. Sections 294 to 306 apply in respect to bank holding companies, subject to the following:
(a) references to “bank” in those sections are to be read as references to “bank holding company”;
(b) references to “this Act” in those sections are to be read as references to “this Part”; and
(c) references to “subordinated indebtedness” in those sections are to be read as references to “subordinated indebtedness” as defined in subsection 663(1).
- 2001, c. 9, s. 183.
Financial Statements and Auditor
Annual Financial Statement
Marginal note:Financial year of bank holding company
839. (1) The financial year of a bank holding company ends, at the election of the bank holding company in its by-laws, on the expiration of the thirty-first day of October of each year or the thirty-first day of December of each year.
Marginal note:First financial year
(2) If, in any year, a bank holding company comes into existence after the first day of July, its first financial year ends, at its election in its by-laws, on the expiration of the thirty-first day of October or the thirty-first day of December in the next calendar year.
- 2001, c. 9, s. 183.
Marginal note:Annual financial statement
840. (1) The directors of a bank holding company shall place before the shareholders at every annual meeting
(a) a comparative annual financial statement (in this Part referred to as an “annual statement”) relating separately to
(i) the financial year immediately preceding the meeting, and
(ii) the financial year, if any, immediately preceding the financial year referred to in subparagraph (i);
(b) the report of the auditor of the bank holding company; and
(c) any further information respecting the financial position of the bank holding company and the results of its operations required by the by-laws of the bank holding company to be placed before the shareholders at the annual meeting.
Marginal note:Annual statement — contents
(2) With respect to each of the financial years to which it relates, the annual statement of a bank holding company must contain the prescribed statements and any information that is in the opinion of the directors necessary to present fairly, in accordance with the accounting principles referred to in subsection (4), the financial position of the bank holding company as at the end of the financial year to which it relates and the results of the operations and changes in the financial position of the bank holding company for that financial year.
Marginal note:Additional information
(3) A bank holding company shall include with its annual statement
(a) a list of the subsidiaries of the bank holding company, other than subsidiaries that are not required to be listed by the regulations and subsidiaries acquired pursuant to section 934 or pursuant to a realization of security in accordance with section 935 and which the bank holding company would not otherwise be permitted to hold, showing, with respect to each subsidiary,
(i) its name and the address of its head or principal office,
(ii) the book value of the aggregate of any shares of the subsidiary beneficially owned by the bank holding company and by other subsidiaries of the bank holding company, and
(iii) the percentage of the voting rights attached to all the outstanding voting shares of the subsidiary that is carried by the aggregate of any voting shares of the subsidiary beneficially owned by the bank holding company and by other subsidiaries of the bank holding company; and
(b) such other information as the Governor in Council may, by order, require in such form as may be prescribed.
Marginal note:Accounting principles
(4) The financial statements referred to in subsection (1), paragraph (3)(b) and subsection 842(1) shall, except as otherwise specified by the Superintendent, be prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, the primary source of which is the Handbook of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. A reference in any provision of this Act to the accounting principles referred to in this subsection shall be construed as a reference to those generally accepted accounting principles with any specifications so made.
(5) The Governor in Council may make regulations respecting subsidiaries that are not required to be listed for the purposes of paragraph (3)(a).
- 2001, c. 9, s. 183;
- 2005, c. 54, s. 126.
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