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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
- Chapter 26. Revised Alaska Trust Company Act
- Section 840. Conditions For Approval.
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. Requirement of Notice.
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. Representative Office Business; Registration.
AS 06.26.840. Conditions For Approval.
- (a) An interstate state trust company or international trust company may not establish or acquire a trust office in this
state under AS 06.26.810 - 06.26.895 unless
- (1) the trust company confirms in writing to the department that, while the trust company maintains a trust office in this
state, the trust company will comply with all applicable laws of this state, including, except where the context or
this section indicates otherwise, the provisions of this chapter applicable to trust companies organized under this
- (2) the trust company provides satisfactory evidence to the department of compliance with the
- (A) requirements for foreign corporations under AS 10.06; and
- (B) applicable requirements of its home jurisdiction regulator for establishing or acquiring and maintaining the office;
- (3) the department, acting within 90 days after receiving notice under AS 06.26.830
, certifies to the home jurisdiction regulator that the requirements of AS 06.26.810
- 06.26.895 have been met and the notice has been
approved or, if applicable, that any conditions imposed by the department under (b) of this section have been
- (4) the department receives evidence from the trust company that the department determines clearly demonstrates that the
establishment or acquisition will serve the public interest and well-being; the evidence must address the factors
listed in AS 06.26.090
- (5) the department has received all required fees and the affidavit of publication required by AS 06.26.100
- (b) An interstate state trust company or international trust company may begin acting as a fiduciary at a trust office on
the 91st day after the date that the department receives the notice under (a) of this section for the trust office
unless the department specifies a different date.
- (c) The department may extend the 90-day period of review provided by (a) of this section if the department determines
that the written notice raises issues that require additional information or additional time for analysis by the
department. If the department extends the 90-day period of review, the trust company may establish the trust office
only after written approval by the department.
- (d) The department may deny an interstate state trust company or international trust company permission to establish or
acquire the trust office if the department finds that the trust company lacks sufficient financial resources to
undertake the proposed expansion without adversely affecting its safety or soundness or that the proposed trust office
would be contrary to the public interest. When acting on the notice provided under (a) of this section, the department
shall consider the views of the home jurisdiction regulator.
- (e) If an interstate state trust company or international trust company is not required by AS 10.06 or another law of this state to maintain a registered agent in
this state, the trust company shall file a written consent with the department permitting the commissioner to act as
the agent for the trust company for service of process in a court action arising out of or connected with the proposed
- (f) An interstate national trust company may not establish or acquire a trust office in this state unless the trust
company provides satisfactory evidence to the department of compliance with the applicable requirements of its home
jurisdiction regulator for establishing or acquiring and maintaining the office.
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