Alaska Statutes.
Title 37. Public Finance
Chapter 23. Investment Pools For Public Entities
Section 10. Investment Pool Participation.
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AS 37.23.010. Investment Pool Participation.

(a) Subject to this chapter, a public entity may enter into an agreement with other public entities to form and manage an investment pool under which funds of the participating public entities are administered and invested jointly. A public entity, by itself or with other public entities, may form a nonprofit corporation for the purpose of managing an investment pool.

(b) A public entity participating in an investment pool or a nonprofit corporation formed under (a) of this section may spend money reasonably necessary for the management of the pool, including the employment of staff. Income from investments of the pool may be used for management costs.

(c) The registration requirements of AS 45.55 do not apply to an investment pool formed under this chapter or to participating public entities with respect to activities of the pool.

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