Connecticut General Statutes Title 38A. Insurance § 38a-92d. Reserves against unpaid losses and loss expense
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(a) Each financial guaranty insurance corporation shall establish and maintain reserves against unpaid losses and loss expense. Such reserves shall be calculated in accordance with the accounting requirements of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners Accounting Practices and Procedures Manual, version effective January 1, 2001, and subsequent revisions.
(b) Except as otherwise permitted by the commissioner, no deduction shall be made for anticipated salvage in computing case basis loss reserves, unless that salvage is held by or under the control of the financial guaranty insurance corporation and would qualify as an admitted asset under this title or unless that salvage constitutes or is secured by a letter of credit which is approved by the commissioner or complies with the criteria set forth in subdivision (4) of section 38a-92a.
(c) If the insured principal and interest on a defaulted issue of obligations due and payable during any three years following the date of default exceed ten per cent of the financial guaranty insurance corporation's capital, surplus and contingency reserves, its reserves so established shall be supported by a report from an independent actuarial firm or other source acceptable to the commissioner.
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