- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 37. Public Finance
- Chapter 17. Alaska Bidco Assistance Program
- Section 600. Terms of Bidco Capitalization Loans.
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AS 37.17.600. Terms of Bidco Capitalization Loans.
When determining the amount or range of amount for a BIDCO capitalization loan, the term to maturity of the loan, the
interest rate for the loan, the additional capital requirements for the loan, and the formula for earning credits under
the loan, the department shall consider the following objectives:
- (1) that the BIDCO will have adequate capitalization to support a highly qualified management team, to implement a
business plan that, when combined with the management team, will promote confidence in the prospects of the BIDCO for
long-term financial success and viability, and to otherwise promote the purposes of AS 37.17.500
- (2) that the additional capital requirement is in an amount that encourages the BIDCO to raise as much capital as feasible
from sources other than the BIDCO capitalization loan, without unduly hindering the ability of the BIDCO to become
- (3) that the formula for earning credits under AS 37.17.580
, combined with the other terms and conditions of the loan, will be designed so that, with a reasonable performance by
the BIDCO, the BIDCO will be able to earn sufficient credits to reduce the amount of principal and interest owed on the
loan to zero by or before the end of the loan term; and
- (4) that the formula for earning credits under AS 37.17.580
, combined with the other terms and conditions of the loan, is sufficiently challenging that the special incentives
provided by the credits allowed under AS 37.17.580
remain in effect for the longest feasible time during the loan term as is consistent with meeting the other objectives
identified in this section.
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