2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 17B:28-10 - Valuation of assets

17B:28-10. Valuation of assets

Except as the commissioner may require or permit a different basis of valuation, the valuation of separate account assets for all purposes, including annual reports of the insurer to the commissioner, shall be determined in accordance with the market value of such assets notwithstanding the application of other valuation methods to assets of the insurer other than the assets of separate accounts. If there shall be no readily available market for any such assets, their market value may be determined by reference to opinions or estimates based upon reasonably current transactions in similar investments with such adjustments, if any, as shall be deemed appropriate to take into account any dissimilarities in the investment being valued, or such other method as shall reflect what a willing buyer, under no pressure to buy, would pay a willing seller, under no pressure to sell, for such investment. The net asset value of common stock or shares of any investment company which is an open-end company shall be deemed to be the market value thereof. Such valuation may be made as of such valuation dates as the insurer shall establish from time to time, except as otherwise required for such annual reports to the commissioner.

L.1971, c. 144, s. 17B:28-10. Amended by L.1977, c. 37, s. 8, eff. March 10, 1977.

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