§ 38.2-1437.1

Mortgage pass-through securities

A domestic insurer may invest in mortgage pass-through securities backed by a pool of mortgages of the kind, class and investment quality as those eligible for investment under §§ 38.2-1434 through 38.2-1437, under the following conditions:

1. The servicer of the pool of mortgages shall be a business entity created under the laws of the United States or any state;

2. The pool of mortgages is assigned to a business entity, other than a sole proprietorship, having a net worth of at least five million dollars, as trustee for the benefit of the holders of the securities;

3. A domestic insurer shall not invest under this section more than two percent of its admitted assets in securities backed by any single mortgage pass-through pool;

4. All mortgage pass-through securities acquired by a domestic insurer under this section shall provide for flow-through of both principal and interest payments payable on the underlying mortgage loan assets; mortgage pass-through securities promising principal-only, interest-only or residual interests-only in the underlying mortgage assets shall not be acquired; and

5. The securities on the date of investment shall be high grade obligations.


1992, c. 588; 1999, c. 483.


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