31 Pa. Code § 163.17 - Accounting in statutory financial statements for credit for reinsurance secured by letters of credit

Current through Register Vol. 52, No. 16, April 16, 2022

(a) A letter of credit may not be used by a domestic ceding insurer to take credit for reinsurance ceded to an unlicensed, unqualified reinsurer unless the letter of credit has been issued with the domestic ceding insurer listed as a beneficiary and is in compliance with section 319.1 of the act (40 P. S. § 442.1) and this chapter.
(b) Credit for reinsurance secured by a letter of credit shall be allowed in an amount not exceeding the lesser of the amount of the letter of credit or the specific obligations under the reinsurance agreement which the letter of credit was issued to secure.

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31 Pa. Code § 163.17

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