substantially equivalent to the level of protection achieved

(9) Substantially equivalent to the level of protection achieved .— The term “substantially equivalent to the level of protection achieved” means the prudential measures of a foreign government, authority, or regulatory entity achieve a similar outcome in consumer protection as the outcome achieved under State insurance or reinsurance regulation.

Source

31 USC § 313(r)(9)


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