(205 ILCS 620/2-6) (from Ch. 17, par. 1552-6)
    Sec. 2-6. Upon the filing of an application for a certificate of authority, the Commissioner shall cause to be made an investigation of the truth of the statements therein and the background of the management and controlling shareholder or shareholders and shall not approve the application and issue a certificate of authority unless he shall be of the opinion and finds:
    (a) that the proposed capital at least meets the minimum amounts as determined pursuant to this Act including amounts deemed necessary to support the scope of the proposed operations;
    (b) that the general character and experience of the proposed management is such as to assure reasonable promise of successful, safe and sound operation; and
    (c) that the prior business affairs of the persons who will control the corporate fiduciary or the proposed management personnel, whether as a stockholder, director, officer, or customer, were conducted in a safe, sound manner, and lawful manner.
(Source: P.A. 88-408.)