32-3-804. Additional rights and powers -- department rules. (1) Except as limited by this part and rules adopted pursuant to this part, a corporate credit union has all of the rights and powers of any other credit union organized under this chapter and the additional rights and powers specified in this part.
(2) A corporate credit union may, as permitted by rules of the department, make loans to other credit unions and provide correspondent services and other financial services to other credit unions.
(3) A corporate credit union may, as permitted by rules of the department, invest in and grant loans to associations of credit unions, central funds of credit unions, or organizations chartered to provide service to credit unions.
(4) A corporate credit union may, as permitted by rules of the department, borrow and accept money from any source and issue notes or debentures.
(5) A corporate credit union may, as permitted by rules of the department, make reasonable and prudent investments.
(6) The department shall adopt rules governing corporate credit union loans, borrowing, investments, strategic planning, funds management, capital goals, and services. The rules must be in substantial conformance with Title 12, part 704, Code of Federal Regulations.
(7) A corporate credit union may issue membership capital accounts as provided in 32-3-805.
(8) A corporate credit union may issue paid-in capital and nonmember paid-in capital as provided in 32-3-810.
(9) A corporate credit union with corporate shareholdings equal to or in excess of 95% of its total assets may, by vote of its board of directors, elect exemption of insurance on share accounts under the provisions of Title II of the Federal Credit Union Act.