Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 5. Alaska Banking Code
Section 210. Loans to Directors, Officers, and Employees.
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AS 06.05.210. Loans to Directors, Officers, and Employees.

(a) Subject to the same terms and conditions applicable to other loans, a director or executive officer of a state bank may borrow up to $100,000, or up to $250,000 for the director's or executive officer's primary residence, from the state bank at the discretion of the chief executive or managing officer of the state bank. A loan to a director or executive officer that makes the total amount owed to the state bank by the director or executive officer in excess of the limits in this subsection, or loans of any amount to the chief executive or managing officer of the state bank, shall have the prior approval of the board of directors, shall be reported to the department within 30 days, and shall be secured by adequate collateral.

(b) [Repealed, Sec. 102 ch 26 SLA 1993].

(c) Notwithstanding (a) of this section, loans to directors, executive officers, and other officers and employees of a state bank are subject to the lending limits imposed by AS 06.05.205 and the regulations adopted under that section.

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