§ 147-86.43. Identification of companies.
(a) Within 90 days of August 30, 2007, the public fund shall develop and make publicly available a list of companies it determines to be engaged in restricted business activities. In the development of this list, the public fund shall use any other state lists of restricted companies pursuant to similar laws and any federal information or guidance on companies engaged in restricted business activities, and any other credible information provided by nonprofit organizations, research firms, and governmental entities. The public fund shall make every effort to avoid erroneously, including a company on the list. Before finalizing an initial or update list, the public fund must do all of the following before a company is included on the list:
(1) Provide 90 days written notice of the public fund's intent to include the company on the list. The notices shall inform the company that inclusion on the list would make the company ineligible for State investment, may result in the company becoming subject to divestment by the North Carolina Retirement Systems, and may affect the company's ability to conduct business with the State and its subdivisions. The notice shall specify that the company may be removed from the list if the company ceases engagement in the restricted business activities.
(2) The public fund shall provide a company with an opportunity to comment in writing that it is not engaged in restricted activities in Sudan. If the company demonstrates to the public fund that the company is not engaged in restricted activities, the company shall not be included on the list.
(3) Repealed by Session Laws 2017-193, s. 2.2, effective October 1, 2017.
(b) Repealed by Session Laws 2017-193, s. 2.2, effective October 1, 2017.
(c) The public fund shall update the list on an annual basis based on evolving information from, among other sources, those listed in subsection (a) of this section. (2007-486, s. 3; 2017-193, s. 2.2.)