There are no advance materials at this time.

Receiver’s Handbook Section F
Written comments should be submitted to Jane Koenigsman by January 29, 2018

Draft Memo from RMLWG on Revisions to Model 520
Please send comments to Jane Koenigsman by COB, Friday, 12/29/17.

BCBSA Comments on Model 520 Memo

Guidance Regarding Recognition of Receivership Stays and Injunctions

Resolution Planning

FHLB Documents

IRMA Section 711 Documents

Separate Accounts

Adopted Modifications to the Receivers' Handbook for Insurance Company Insolvencies

2016 Handbook Edition

2015 Handbook Edition

Receiver Tools

Related NAIC Publications

Contacts

Receivership and Insolvency (E) Task Force

 

2018 Charges

The mission of the Receivership and Insolvency (E) Task Force shall be administrative and substantive as it relates to issues concerning insurer insolvencies and insolvency guarantees. Such duties include, without limitation, monitoring the effectiveness and performance of state administration of receiverships and the state guaranty fund system; coordinating cooperation and communication among regulators, receivers and guaranty funds; monitoring ongoing receiverships and reporting on such receiverships to NAIC members; developing and providing educational and training programs in the area of insurer insolvencies and insolvency guarantees to regulators, professionals and consumers; developing and monitoring relevant model laws, guidelines and products; and providing resources for regulators and professionals to promote efficient operations of receiverships and guaranty funds.

Ongoing Support of NAIC Programs, Products or Services

The Receivership and Insolvency (E) Task Force will:

  1. Monitor and promote efficient operations of receiverships and guaranty funds.

  2. Monitor and promote state adoption of receivership related model acts and regulations.

  3. Provide input and comments to the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) or other related groups on issues regarding international resolution authority.

  4. Monitor, review and provide input on federal rulemaking and studies related to insurance receivership.

  5. Provide ongoing maintenance and enhancements to the Receiver's Handbook for Insurance Company Insolvencies and the Global Receivership Information Database (GRID).

  6. Monitor the work of other NAIC committees, task forces and working groups to identify and address any issues that affect receivership law and/or regulatory guidance.

  7. Perform additional work as directed by the Financial Condition (E) Committee and/or received through referral by other groups.

  8. Monitor Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) legislation pending in and enacted by the states, and the impact on insurance companies in those states.

The following groups report to the Receivership and Insolvency Task Force: