Title 7, Chapter 1, Section 310
(a) A trust company may act, alone or with others, as:
(2) Investment advisor;
(3) Custodian of property;
(4) Agent or attorney in fact;
(5) Registrar or transfer agent of securities;
(6) Fiscal agent of the United States, a state or a public body
thereof, a corporation, or a person; and
(7) Treasurer of a public body or of a nonprofit corporation.
(b) A trust company shall have, in respect to any capacity in which
it may act pursuant to a power under subsection (a) of this Code
section, all the rights and duties which a person has in such
capacity under applicable laws and under the terms upon which the
trust company is designated to act in such capacity.
(c) Every bank, building and loan association, and credit union operating pursuant to this chapter shall possess all of the rights, privileges, powers, and responsibilities herein conferred upon trust companies; provided, however, that no such bank, building and loan association, or credit union shall exercise such powers and privileges without the prior written approval of the department after a careful consideration of the factors enumerated in Code Section 7-1-394, relating to the chartering of trust companies. Any bank exercising or partially exercising trust powers prior to February 27, 1976, authorized by its articles may continue to exercise or partially to exercise those powers to the extent approved by the department without the necessity of obtaining a new approval.