Alaska Statutes Sec. 21.22.080 - Transactions Within an Insurance Holding Company System

Material transactions by registered insurers with their affiliates are subject to the following standards:

(1) the terms shall be fair and reasonable;

(2) charges or fees for services performed shall be reasonable;

(3) expenses incurred and payment received shall be allocated to the insurer in conformity with customary insurance accounting practices consistently applied;

(4) the books, accounts, and records of each party to the transactions shall be maintained so as to disclose clearly and accurately the nature and details of the transactions including accounting information that is necessary to support the reasonableness of the charges or fees to the respective parties;

(5) the insurer's surplus as regards policyholders following any dividends or distributions to shareholder affiliates or performance under a material transaction with an affiliate shall be reasonable in relation to the insurer's outstanding liabilities and adequate to its financial needs; and

(6) agreements for cost-sharing services and management must include the provisions required by regulations adopted by the director.

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