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Separate investment account

Separate investment account used in group pension plans in which the plan administrator has the option to invest in separate accounts offered by the insurer, such as stock funds, bond funds, and similar investments. Assets are segregated from the insurer’s general investment account and are not subject to claims by the insurer’s creditors.

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