6.6.3843 CERTIFICATION OF ASSUMING INSURERS - FILING REQUIREMENTS
(1) The assuming insurer must fulfill filing requirements as determined by the commissioner, both with respect to an initial application for certification and on an ongoing basis.
(2) All information submitted by assuming insurers which are not otherwise public information subject to disclosure shall be exempted from disclosure under 33-2-406, MCA, and shall be withheld from public disclosure.
(3) The assuming insurer must provide to the commissioner the following:
(a) notification within 10 days of any regulatory actions taken against the assuming insurer, any change in the provisions of its domiciliary license or any change in rating by an approved rating agency, including a statement describing such changes and the reasons therefore;
(b) annually, Form CR-F or CR-S, as applicable. The forms are found on the web site maintained by the commissioner;
(c) annually, reports of an independent auditor on the financial statements of the assuming insurer, audited financial statements (audited United States GAAP basis if available, audited IFRS basis statements are allowed but must include an audited footnote reconciling equity and net income to a United States GAAP basis, or, with the permission of the state insurance commissioner, audited IFRS statements with reconciliation to United States GAAP certified by an officer of the company), regulatory filings, and actuarial opinions (as filed with the assuming insurer's supervisor);
(d) at least annually, an updated list of all disputed and overdue reinsurance claims regarding reinsurance assumed from United States domestic ceding insurers;
(e) a certification from the assuming insurer's domestic regulator that the assuming insurer is in good standing and maintains capital in excess of the jurisdiction's highest regulatory action level; and
(f) any other information that the commissioner may require.
History: 33-1-313, 33-2-1517, MCA; IMP, 33-2-1216, MCA; NEW, 2016 MAR p. 2186, Eff. 11/26/16.