Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 14. Risk Based Capital For Insurers
Section 10. Risk Based Capital Reports.
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AS 21.14.010. Risk Based Capital Reports.

(a) A life and health domestic insurer, property and casualty domestic insurer, or other insurer required by the director shall, on or before March 1, submit to the director a report of its risk based capital covering the previous calendar year. The report must be in a form and contain the information required by risk based capital instructions. A domestic insurer required to submit a report under this subsection shall file the report with

(1) the National Association of Insurance Commissioners; and

(2) the insurance regulatory agency in each state in which the insurer is authorized to transact business if the insurance regulatory agency has requested the report in writing from the insurer; a report requested under this paragraph shall be delivered

(A) not later than 15 days from the receipt of a request if the report has already been filed with the director; or

(B) at the time the report is filed with the director, if the report has not yet been filed with the director.

(b) An insurer's risk based capital shall be determined under the formula contained in the risk based capital instructions.

(c) If a domestic insurer files a report that the director determines to be inaccurate, the director may adjust the report to correct the inaccuracy. The director shall notify the insurer of an adjustment and the reason for it.

(d) If a domestic insurer transacts business only in this state and the insurer's total annual written premium plus monetary consideration received on an annuity is less than $2,000,000, the insurer may apply annually to the director for an exemption from submitting the report required under this section.

(e) The director shall establish risk based capital instructions by order after an open meeting as provided under AS 44.62.310 .

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