Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 5. Alaska Banking Code
Section 180. Fiduciary and Other Powers Authorized.
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AS 06.05.180. Fiduciary and Other Powers Authorized.

Every bank organized under this chapter, subject to the restrictions and limitations of laws and the regulations of the department, may

(1) act as trustee under any mortgage or bond issued by the state, or any municipality, body politic, or corporation, foreign or domestic, and accept and execute any municipal or corporate trust not prohibited by the laws of this state;

(2) accept a trust from, and execute a trust for, a married person in respect to the married person's separate property, and act as agent in the management of the property or transact any business in relation to the property;

(3) act under the order or appointment of a court of competent jurisdiction, including any probate court, as custodian, receiver, or trustee of the estate of a minor, and as depository of money paid into court for the benefit of any person, corporation, or party, and in any other fiduciary capacity;

(4) act under the order or appointment of a court of competent jurisdiction, including any probate court, as trustee, custodian, receiver or committee of the estate of an incapacitated person, as defined in AS 13.26.005 , or of a spendthrift, or as receiver or committee of the property or estate of a person in insolvency or bankruptcy proceedings;

(5) act as executor or administrator with or without the will annexed of the estate of a deceased person;

(6) accept and execute any legal trust, duty, and power in regard to the holding, management, and disposition of any estate, real or personal, wherever located, and the rents and profits from it, or the sale of it, as may be granted or confided to it by a court of competent jurisdiction, including any probate court, or by any person, corporation, municipality, or other authority, and is accountable to all parties in interest for the faithful discharge of every trust, duty, or power which it may accept;

(7) accept and execute any trust or power conferred upon it by any person or any body politic or domestic or foreign corporation, or any other authority, grant, assignment, transfer, devise, bequest, or otherwise, or which may be entrusted or committed or transferred to it by order of a court of competent jurisdiction, including any probate court;

(8) receive, manage, hold, and dispose of according to the terms of any trust or power any property or estate, real or personal, which may be the subject of any such trust or power;

(9) act as the fiscal or transfer agent of the United States or of any state, territory, municipality, or other body politic, and in this capacity may receive and disburse money, transfer, register, and countersign certificates of stocks, bonds, or other evidences of indebtedness;

(10) whenever the instrument or power governing the fiduciary relationship directs, requires, authorizes, or permits investment in obligations of the United States government, or its agencies or instrumentalities, invest in those obligations either directly or in the form of securities of, or other interests in, an open-end or closed-end management type investment company or investment trust registered under 15 U.S.C. 80a-1 - 80a-64 (Investment Company Act of 1940) if

(A) the portfolio of the investment company or investment trust is limited to

(i) obligations of the United States government, or its agencies or instrumentalities;

(ii) repurchase agreements fully collateralized by the obligations identified in (i) of this subparagraph; and

(iii) securities of, or other interests in, other open-end or closed-end management type investment companies or investment trusts registered under 15 U.S.C. 80a-1 - 80a-64 whose portfolios are limited to the obligations and repurchase agreements identified in (i) and (ii) of this subparagraph; and

(B) the investment company or investment trust takes delivery of the collateral for any repurchase agreement directly or through an authorized custodian.

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