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(a) A charitable organization authorized by this chapter shall maintain one (1) or more charitable gift annuity separate accounts for its charitable gift annuities. The assets allocated to any such separate account shall not be used to satisfy any debts of the charitable organization other than those incurred pursuant to the issuance of charitable gift annuities to which the account applies. The assets of the separate account shall at least equal either:
(1) The total amount of donations for outstanding charitable gift annuities to which the account applies, measured at the time of each annuity donation, later reduced by payments under the annuity and taking into account investment gains and losses; or
(2) One hundred ten percent (110%) of the reserves, calculated in a manner consistent with subsection (b) for charitable gift annuities to which the separate account applies.
(b)(1) Reserves on the outstanding charitable gift annuities shall not be less than reserves calculated using:
(A) The commissioner's annuity reserve valuation method as defined in the charitable organization's domestic state standard valuation law;
(B) Any mortality table permitted under the charitable organization's domestic state standard valuation law to be used in determining the minimum standard for the valuation of individual annuities issued during the same calendar year as the charitable gift annuity; and
(C) The maximum interest rate permitted under the charitable organization's domestic state standard valuation law to be used in determining the minimum standard for the valuation of individual annuities issued during the same calendar year as the charitable gift annuity; or
(2) One hundred ten percent (110%) of reserves determined by using the Annuity 2000 Mortality Table and an interest assumption of five percent (5%), or such other mortality table and interest assumption as may be prescribed from time to time by the commissioner.
(c) Any portion of the charitable gift annuity risk that is insured or reinsured by the charitable organization with an authorized insurer or reinsurer shall be exempt from subsection (a). For this purpose, any annuity contract purchased from an authorized insurer or reinsurer by the charitable organization is considered to be “annuity risk reinsured.”
(d) The general assets of the charitable organization shall be liable for charitable gift annuity agreements to the extent that assets allocated to the charitable gift annuity separate accounts are inadequate.
(e) A charitable organization may, but is not required to, maintain a charitable gift annuity separate account solely applicable to its charitable gift annuities issued to Tennessee annuitants. Any charitable gift annuity separate account maintained pursuant to this subsection (e) shall be subject to the requirements of subsection (a).
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Ohio Revised Code Title LV. Roads Highways Bridges § 5525.061 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/oh/title-lv-roads-highways-bridges/oh-rev-code-sect-5525-061/
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