RAA Compendium of Reinsurance Laws and Regulations: Volume II

 
9781508436225: RAA Compendium of Reinsurance Laws and Regulations: Volume II
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The Reinsurance Association of America (RAA) has compiled and published the 2014 charts for the Compendium of Reinsurance Laws and Regulations in a two-volume Library Edition. The Compendium Library Edition provides a handy desktop reference and serves as a convenient alternative to online research. For an attorney specializing in reinsurance, the RAA's Compendium of Reinsurance Laws and Regulations is an essential resource. The Compendium provides a state-by-state summary of a wide range of reinsurance laws and regulations. Available only from the RAA, and compiled by the most knowledgeable reinsurance experts in the field, the Compendium contains charts summarizing the laws and regulations of all 50 states for key reinsurance topics. Volume I of the Compendium includes the following charts: Actuarial Opinion Summary Allowance/Estimation of Claims Arbitration Laws Bulk Reinsurance Laws Campaign Finance Laws Capital/Surplus Requirements Captive Statutes Contract Clause Requirements Credit for Reinsurance Laws Credit for Reinsurance Regulations Volume II contains charts for: Statutes/Regulations Relating to Cut-Throughs Extraordinary Dividends Laws Filing Requirements Fraud Fronting Holding Company Act Holocaust Intermediary Model Act Lobbyist Registration and Reporting Mirror Image ORSA Pre-Answer Security Record Retention Requirements Setoffs Standard Fire Policy Laws Title Reinsurance

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The Reinsurance Association of America (RAA), headquartered in Washington, D.C., is the leading trade association of property and casualty reinsurers doing business in the United States. The RAA is committed to promoting a regulatory environment that ensures the industry remains globally competitive and financially robust. RAA membership is diverse, including reinsurance underwriters and intermediaries licensed in the U.S. and those that conduct business on a cross border basis. The RAA represents its members before state, federal and international bodies.

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