Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 85. Regulation of Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements
Section 60. Investments.
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AS 21.85.060. Investments.

A multiple employer welfare arrangement shall maintain an amount at least equal to 85 percent of net unpaid claim liability in

(1) cash and cash equivalents;

(2) the fully insured portion of a bank deposit when the insurance is provided by a solvent agency of the United States government or by collateral;

(3) a bank certificate of deposit, subject to review by the director; if the director determines that the amount of the certificate of deposit purchased by an insurer in any one bank is not a sound investment, the director may require the insurer to liquidate that portion found to be an unsound investment;

(4) a share or savings account of a savings and loan or building and loan association, to the extent that an account is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; or

(5) a rated credit instrument that is issued, assumed, guaranteed, or insured by the United States or Canada or by a government-sponsored enterprise of the United States or Canada if the instrument is assumed, guaranteed, or insured by the United States or Canada or is otherwise backed or supported by the full faith and credit of the United States or Canada.

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