Diversification of investments.
Except as otherwise specified in this chapter, an insurer shall not acquire, directly or indirectly through an investment subsidiary, an investment in accordance with the provisions of this chapter if, as a result of and after giving effect to the investment, the insurer would hold more than 5 percent of its admitted assets in investments of all kinds issued, assumed, accepted, insured or guaranteed by a single person.
The limitation in subsection 1 does not apply to the aggregate amounts insured by a single financial guaranty insurer with the highest generic rating issued by a nationally recognized statistical rating organization.
Asset-backed securities are not subject to the limitation in subsection 1. However, an insurer shall not acquire an asset-backed security if, as a result of and after giving effect to the investment, the aggregate amount of asset-backed securities secured by, or evidencing an interest in, a single asset or single pool of assets held by a trust or other business entity held by the insurer would exceed 5 percent of its admitted assets.