Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 5. Alaska Banking Code
Section 565. Applicability of Title to Interstate State Banks, Interstate National Banks, International Banks, and Bank Holding Companies.
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AS 06.05.565. Applicability of Title to Interstate State Banks, Interstate National Banks, International Banks, and Bank Holding Companies.

(a) An interstate state bank or international bank operating a branch bank in the state is subject to the provisions of this title and the regulations adopted and orders issued under this title, except for the residency requirements in AS 06.05.435 (a).

(b) In meeting the reserve requirements of AS 06.05.200 (a) and applicable regulations, the bank shall maintain the required reserve fund in the state, except that assets held to meet the requirements of AS 06.05.560 (a) may be applied to meet the requirements of AS 06.05.200.

(c) A branch bank of an interstate state bank or international bank operating in the state is subject to examination under AS 06.01.015 and assessments under AS 06.01.010 . Assessments under AS 06.01.010 (d) are based on the branch bank's total deposits in the state.

(d) When the department considers it necessary to protect the public interest, the department or a competent person designated by the department may examine an interstate state bank or international bank with a branch in the state. The interstate state bank or international bank shall pay an examination fee established under AS 06.01.010 .

(e) The department may require periodic reports from an interstate state bank or an interstate national bank that maintains a branch in this state and from a bank holding company that controls the interstate state bank or interstate national bank. The reports shall be made under oath and filed as frequently as required by the department. The reports must contain the information and detail that the department determines to be appropriate to assure continuing compliance of the interstate state bank or interstate national bank with the provisions of this title.

(f) The department may enter into cooperative, coordinating, or information-sharing agreements with other depository institution supervisory agencies or with an organization affiliated with or representing depository institution supervisory agencies, to handle the periodic examination or other supervision of a depository institution branch that is located in this state and owned by a depository institution organized in another state, or of a depository institution branch that is located in a host state and owned by a depository institution organized in this state. Under the agreements, the department may accept reports of examination and reports of investigation instead of conducting the department's own examinations or investigations. The department may enter into joint enforcement action agreements with other depository institution supervisory agencies having concurrent jurisdiction over a depository institution branch that is located in this state and owned by a depository institution organized in another state, or over a depository institution branch that is located in a host state and owned by a depository institution organized in this state. Notwithstanding the existence of an agreement under this subsection, the department may at any time make an examination or take supervisory or enforcement action independently if the department determines that the examination or action is necessary or appropriate to carry out the department's responsibilities under this title or to ensure compliance with the laws of this state. In this subsection, "host state" means a state, other than the state where the depository institution is organized, in which a depository institution maintains, or seeks to establish and maintain, a branch.

(g) An interstate national bank operating a branch bank in this state is subject to the provisions of AS 06.05.548 and 06.05.550 and the regulations adopted and orders issued under those sections.

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