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Title 8 : Banking and Insurance

Chapter 141 : CAPTIVE INSURANCE COMPANIES

Subchapter 004 : SPECIAL PURPOSE FINANCIAL INSURANCE COMPANIES

(Cite as: 8 V.S.A. § 6048j)
  • § 6048j. Disposition of assets; investments

    (a) The assets of a special purpose financial insurance company shall be preserved and administered by or on behalf of the special purpose financial insurance company to satisfy the liabilities and obligations of the special purpose financial insurance company incident to the reinsurance contract, the insurance securitization, and other related agreements.

    (b) In the special purpose financial insurance company securitization, the security offering memorandum or other document issued to prospective investors regarding the offer and sale of a surplus note or other security shall include a disclosure that all or part of the proceeds of such insurance securitization will be used to fund the special purpose financial insurance company's obligations to the ceding insurer.

    (c) A special purpose financial insurance company shall not be subject to any restriction on investments other than the following:

    (1) a special purpose financial insurance company shall not make a loan to any person other than as permitted under its plan of operation or as otherwise approved in advance by the Commissioner; and

    (2) the Commissioner may prohibit or limit any investment that threatens the solvency or liquidity of the special purpose financial insurance company unless the investment is otherwise approved in its plan of operation or in an order issued to the special purpose financial insurance company pursuant to subsection 6048d(b) of this chapter, as either is amended from time to time. (Added 2007, No. 49, § 17; amended 2013, No. 29, § 61, eff. May 13, 2013.)