Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 5. Alaska Banking Code
Section 310. Correction of Impairment of Capital.
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AS 06.05.310. Correction of Impairment of Capital.

If the department determines that the order is necessary for the protection of depositors, the department may issue an order under AS 06.01.030 to require a state bank to increase its capital accounts or to reduce its deposits. In making a decision whether to issue an order under this section, the department shall consider the

(1) quality of management;

(2) quality and liquidity of assets;

(3) history of earnings and retention of earnings;

(4) quality and character of ownership;

(5) potential volatility of deposit structure;

(6) quality and cost of bank operations; and

(7) capacity to meet present and future needs of the area served, considering the bank's competition.

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