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For the purpose of obtaining access to international capital markets to borrow money for the special mortgage loan purchase program under AS 18.56.098, as an addition to the powers of the corporation under AS 18.56.090, the corporation may (1) establish, or cause to be established, subsidiary corporations incorporated in the state or in another state, or under the laws of a foreign jurisdiction; (2) invest in corporations established under this section; (3) issue bonds and borrow money for investments in corporations established under this section; (4) borrow from corporations established under this section; (5) guarantee the obligations of corporations established under this section; or (6) enter into agreements with corporations established under this section or with other persons. In exercising a power under this section, the corporation may not subject its assets to risk of loss through foreign currency exchange. A guarantee under this section constitutes a bond of the corporation as defined in AS 18.56.390 .
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