Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 12. Kinds of Insurance, Limits of Risk, and Reinsurance
Section 25. Assumption Reinsurance.
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AS 21.12.025. Assumption Reinsurance.

(a) A nondomestic admitted insurer may not carry out an agreement of assumption reinsurance with a nonadmitted insurer that would transfer Alaska policyholders unless

(1) the nonadmitted insurer applies for and obtains a certificate of authority from the director; or

(2) the admitted insurer files the assumption agreement with the director and obtains approval to apply the assumption agreement to Alaska policies or certificates.

(b) The director shall approve an assumption agreement involving the assumption of Alaska insurance business by a nonadmitted insurer if

(1) the ceding insurer is in supervision, conservation, or liquidation and the assuming insurer is in good standing in its state of domicile; or

(2) approval would be in the public interest of the Alaska policyholders.

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