§412:5-407  Same powers and duties as banks.  An intra-Pacific bank engaged in banking in this State shall have all powers and duties allowed by and imposed on all banks chartered by this State, including without limitation the authority to accept deposits, make loans, borrow money and make investments, and the duty to file reports with the commissioner and insure its deposits in this State with a federal agency.  An intra-Pacific bank shall also be subject to and liable for all fines and penalties provided by this chapter. [L 1993, c 350, pt of §1]