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Delaware Code Title 18. Insurance Code § 6958. Dividends and distributions

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(a) A special purpose financial captive insurance company may declare and pay dividends or other distributions to equity holders if the dividends or other distributions do not violate the provisions of this chapter, or jeopardize the fulfillment of the obligations of the special purpose financial captive insurance company pursuant to the special purpose financing transaction or the SPFC contract, or threaten the solvency or liquidity of the special purpose financial captive insurance company.

(b) A special purpose financial captive insurance company may not declare or pay any dividend or other distribution to equity holders if the dividend or distribution violates the terms of the special purpose financing transaction, and may not declare or pay any dividend or other distribution to equity holders which decreases the capital and surplus of the special purpose financial captive insurance company below the minimum amount required under § 6905 of this title.

(c) The Commissioner may approve, in advance, a special purpose financial captive insurance company's declaring and paying, on an ongoing basis, dividends or other distributions, or both, to equity holders, provided that each dividend or other distribution is made in accordance with the plan of operation and formulas contained in the plan.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Delaware Code Title 18. Insurance Code § 6958. Dividends and distributions - last updated January 01, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/de/title-18-insurance-code/de-code-sect-18-6958/


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