New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:32-8 - Trustees Of Company Of Foreign Country

17:32-8. Trustees of company of foreign country
Any admitted company of a foreign country may appoint trustees who are citizens of the United States and approved by the commissioner, to hold funds in trust for the benefit of its policyholders in the United States. The trustees shall be named by the directors of the company an certified copy of record of the appointment of the trustees and of the deed of trust, shall be filed in the department. The commissioner may examine the trustees and the assets in trust and all books and papers relating thereto as he may examine the officers, agents, assets and affairs of insurance companies. The funds so held by the trustees, so far as the same are in securities, moneys or credits admissible as sou assets in the financial accounts of insurance companies, shall, together with its deposits, made in accordance with section 17:32-3 of this tit constitute the assets of the company as regards its policyholders and creditors in the United States.

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