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4-5-53 Divestiture of securities in companies with scrutinized business operations.
     4-5-53.   Divestiture of securities in companies with scrutinized business operations. If, after ninety days following the State Investment Council's first engagement with a company pursuant to § 4-5-52, the company continues to have scrutinized business operations, and only while the company continues to have scrutinized business operations, the State Investment Council shall sell, redeem, divest, or withdraw all publicly traded securities of the company, according to the following schedule:
             (1)      At least fifty percent of the holdings in the company shall be removed from the State Investment Council's assets under management by nine months after the company's initial appearance on the scrutinized companies list; and
             (2)      One hundred percent of the holdings in the company shall be removed from the State Investment Council's assets under management within fifteen months after the company's initial appearance on the scrutinized companies list.
     If a company that ceased scrutinized business operations following engagement pursuant to § 4-5-52, resumes such operations, §§ 4-5-48 to 4-5-60, inclusive, immediately applies to the company and the State Investment Council shall send a written notice to the company. The company shall also be immediately reintroduced onto the scrutinized companies list.

Source: SL 2010, ch 27, § 6.


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