17:16A-9. Investment of capital, surplus or other funds
An investment company incorporated under the laws of this State, for the purpose of investing its capital, surplus or other funds, or any part thereof, may purchase or hold as collateral security or invest in any and all the kinds of property and securities, to the same extent and subject to the same limitations, which are legally permitted to be acquired by life insurance companies for the purpose of investing their funds. An investment company may lend to the holder of any investment contract, at an interest rate not exceeding six per centum (6%) annually, any sum or sums which shall not exceed the company's liability thereon at the time the loan is made, and which shall be a lien upon such contract and all additions or credits thereon.
L.1938, c. 322, p. 823, s. 9.
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