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Statement of Position 01-3, Performing Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagements That Address Internal Control Over Derivative Transactions as Required by the New York State Insurance Law (No.
ELANY was established primarily to perform solvency/financial and operational reviews of those insurers seeking excess line eligibility, as well as to encourage and facilitate its members' compliance with the New York State insurance laws, particularly excess line laws, rules and regulations.
NEW YORK -- On November 24, 2009, the New York State Insurance Department (the "Department") issued an order pursuant to Section 1310 of the New York State Insurance Law that, among other things, requires Financial Guaranty Insurance Company ("FGIC") to provide to the New York Superintendent of Insurance, no later than January 5, 2010, a detailed and final proposed surplus restoration plan to remove FGIC's capital impairment and return it to compliance with the applicable minimum surplus to policyholders requirement by not later than March 25, 2010, or such subsequent date as the Superintendent deems appropriate.
Liberty Mutual Group accuses these and other defendants of violating New York State insurance law by submitting fraudulent no-fault claims to Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Employers Insurance of Wausau and Peerless Insurance Company.
The level of ordinary dividend payments Enhance can pay to Enhance Financial to support debt service are limited by New York state insurance law.
The Fund and The Foundation were established pursuant to legislation to receive 100% of the fair market value of Empire as part of the company's conversion from a not-for-profit health service corporation to a for-profit accident and health insurer under New York State Insurance law.
Promptly following consummation of the tender offer and subject to the approval of the New York Insurance Department under Section 7118 of the New York State Insurance Law, Leucadia would beneficially acquire ownership of the outstanding shares of the Company not previously tendered at the same cash price as the tender offer.
as part of the company's conversion from a not-for-profit health service corporation to a for-profit accident and health insurer under the New York State Insurance laws.