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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 21. Insurance
- Chapter 18. Assets and Liabilities
- Section 10. Allowable Assets.
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AS 21.18.010. Allowable Assets.
In a determination of the financial condition of an insurer, the following assets are allowed:
- (1) assets that are wholly and exclusively owned by the insurer and that are registered, recorded, or held under the
- (2) premiums, not more than three months past due, excluding commissions payable on them, due from a controlling or
controlled person, to the extent that
- (A) the premiums collected by the controlling or controlled person and not remitted to the insurer are held in a trust
account with a bank or other depository approved by the division and may not be commingled with other money of the
controlling or controlled person; a disbursement from the trust account may be made only to the insurer, the insured,
or, for the purpose of returning a premium, an entity that is entitled to returned premiums on behalf of the insured;
however, the investment income derived from the trust may be allocated as the parties consider proper; a controlling or
controlled person shall deposit premiums collected into the trust account within five working days after collection;
the director shall disapprove a trust agreement that, in the director's judgment, does not assure the safety of the
- (B) the controlling or controlled person has provided to the insurer, and the insurer has maintained in its possession, an
unexpired, clean, irrevocable, and unconditional letter of credit, payable to the insurer, for a term of not less than
one year with automatic extension for one year, unless the beneficiary has received in writing notification of
intention not to renew 30 days before the original expiration date; the letter of credit must be issued in conformity
with the requirements set out in this subparagraph, and the amount of the letter of credit must equal or exceed the
liability of the controlling or controlled person to the insurer, at all times during the period that the letter of
credit is in effect, for premiums collected by the controlling or controlled person; a letter of credit must be issued
under arrangements satisfactory to the division and the letter must be issued by a banking institution that is a member
of the Federal Reserve System and that has a financial standing satisfactory to the department; the director shall
disapprove a letter of credit that, in the director's judgment, does not assure the safety of the premiums;
- (C) the controlling or controlled person has provided to the insurer, and the insurer has maintained in its possession,
evidence that the controlling or controlled person has purchased and has currently in effect a financial guaranty bond,
payable to the insurer, issued for a continuous term, cancelable only on 30-day written notice to the beneficiary of
intention to terminate with the bond continuing in effect for acts committed before the date of termination, and that
is in conformity with the requirements set out in (B) of this paragraph; the amount of the bond must equal or exceed
the liability of the controlling or controlled person to the insurer, at all times during which the financial guaranty
bond is in effect, for the premium collected by the controlling or controlled person; a financial guaranty bond must be
issued under an arrangement satisfactory to the division, by an insurer that is authorized to transact business in the
state, that has financial standing satisfactory to the division, and that is neither controlled nor controlling in
relation to either the insurer or the person for whom the bond is purchased; and
- (D) a financial examination indicates that the controlling or controlled person is solvent and has the ability to pay the
premiums as they become due; the financial examination, as scheduled by the director, shall be based on a review of the
books and records of the controlling or controlled person;
- (3) other assets considered by the director to be available for the payment of losses and claims, at values to be
determined by the director, with any excess valuation reported as nonadmitted; and
- (4) other assets that do not exceed limitations as given in AS 21.21; any excess shall be reported as nonadmitted assets.
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