(205 ILCS 620/2-4.5)
    Sec. 2-4.5. Exemptions. For the purposes of this Act, a person does not engage in the trust business by:
    (1) the rendering of fiduciary services by an attorney-at-law admitted to the practice of law in this State;
    (2) rendering services as a certified or registered public accountant in the performance of duties as such;
    (3) acting as a trustee or receiver in bankruptcy;
    (4) engaging in the business of an escrow agent;
    (5) receiving rents and proceeds of sale as a licensed real estate broker on behalf of the principal;
    (6) acting as trustee under a deed of trust made only as security for the payment of money or for the performance of another act;
    (7) acting in accordance with its authorized powers as a religious, charitable, educational, or other not-for-profit corporation or as a charitable trust or as an unincorporated religious organization;
    (8) engaging in securities transactions as a dealer or salesman;
    (9) acting as either a receiver under the supervision of a court or as an assignee for the benefit of creditors under the supervision of a court; or
    (10) engaging in such other activities that the Commissioner may prescribe by rule.
(Source: P.A. 89-364, eff. 8-18-95.)