Wis. Admin. Code Office of the Commissioner of Insurance § Ins 57.10 - Acquisition of control of or merger with a care management organization

Current through November 29, 2021

(a) No person other than the care management organization may enter into an agreement to merge with or otherwise to acquire or attempt to acquire control of a care management organization or any person having control of a care management organization unless all of the following are complied with:
1. The person first files the information required under sub. (2) with the commissioner and sends a copy of the information to the care management organization; and
2. The offer, request, invitation, agreement or acquisition has been approved by the commissioner.
(b) For purposes of this section "care management organization" includes any person having control of a care management organization.
(2) CONTENT OF STATEMENT. A person required to file under sub. (1) shall file the following information not less than 30 days after the care management organization signs a letter of intent, using information substantially similar to that contained in form A in Appendix 1 to this chapter, in a sworn statement by an official of the care management organization:
(a) For each acquiring person:
1. The acquiring person's name and address;
2. If the acquiring person is an individual, his or her principal occupation and all offices and positions held during the past 5 years, any conviction of crimes other than traffic violations not involving death or injury during the past 10 years and all relevant information regarding any occupational license or registration; and
3. If the acquiring person is not an individual, a report of the nature of its business operations during the past 5 years or for the lesser period that the acquiring person and any predecessors of the acquiring person have been in existence, if shorter; an informative description of the business intended to be done by the acquiring person and the acquiring person's subsidiaries; and a list of all individuals who are or who have been selected to become directors or executive officers of the acquiring person, or who perform or will perform functions similar to those positions. The list shall include for each individual the information required by subds. 1. and 2.
(b) The source, nature and amount of the consideration used or to be used in effecting the merger or other acquisition of control, a description of any transaction from which funds were or are to be obtained for that purpose, including any pledge of the care management organization's assets or the assets of any of its subsidiaries or affiliates which control the care management organization, the criteria used in determining the nature and amount of consideration and the identity of persons furnishing the consideration.
(c) Fully audited financial information as to the earnings and financial condition of each acquiring person for the preceding 5 fiscal years of each acquiring person or for the period the acquiring person and any predecessors of the acquiring person have been in existence, if shorter, and similar unaudited information as of a date not earlier than 90 days prior to the filing of the statement.
(d) Any plans or proposals under which any acquiring person is considering to liquidate, to sell assets of, or to merge or consolidate the care management organization or to make any other material change in the care management organization's business or corporate structure or management.
(e) A full description of any contracts, arrangements or understandings with respect to any security in which any acquiring person is involved, including, but not limited to, transfer of any of the securities, joint ventures, loan or option arrangements, guarantees of loans, guarantees against loss or guarantees of profits, or division of losses or profits. The description shall identify the persons with whom the contracts, arrangements or understandings have been entered into.
(3) MATERIAL CHANGES. A person required to file under sub. (1) shall file an amendment to the filing if any material change occurs in the facts set forth in a statement previously filed with the commissioner. The person shall include in the amendment a description of the change and copies of all documents and other material relevant to the change. The amendment shall be filed with the commissioner and sent to the care management organization within 2 business days after the person learns of the change.


Wis. Admin. Code Office of the Commissioner of Insurance § Ins 57.10
EmR0927: emerg. cr. eff. 10-10-09; CR 09-093: cr. Register May 2010 No. 653, eff. 6-1-10.

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