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(1) Domestic insurance companies may invest in collateral loans secured by the pledge of any one or more investments allowed for collateral loans, as provided by nationally recognized insurance statutory accounting principles, subject to the following provisions:
(a) The collateral pledged shall be legally assignable and validly assigned to the lending company.
(b) As at date made, no such loan shall exceed in amount seventy-five percent of the value of the collateral pledged.
(c) At no time shall the admitted value of a collateral loan be in excess of the actual market value of the collateral pledged.
(d) If any of the collateral pledged and taken into account to qualify a loan as an admitted asset under this section is of a category which, if invested in directly, would be subject to a limitation expressed as a percentage of the investing company's admitted assets, then, for the purpose of such limitation, so much of the loan as is so qualified by such collateral will be deemed to be a direct investment in such category.
(e) No loan shall qualify as an admitted asset under this section unless limited to a term not exceeding five years or, if less, the maturity date, if any, of any of the collateral taken into account in qualifying the loan as an admitted asset under this section.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Montana Title 33. Insurance and Insurance Companies § 33-20-501. Short title - last updated April 27, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mt/title-33-insurance-and-insurance-companies/mt-code-ann-sect-33-20-501/
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