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A. No officer or director of an insurer, or any employee of the insurer shall accept, except for the insurer, or be beneficiary of, any fee, brokerage, gift or other emolument in addition to fixed salary or compensation, because of any investment, loan, deposit, purchase, sale, exchange, reinsurance or other similar transaction made by or for the insurer, or be pecuniarily interested therein in any capacity except on behalf of the insurer.
B. No insurer shall guarantee the financial obligation of any of its officers, directors, or employees.
C. This section shall not prohibit such a director, officer, or employee from:
(1) being a policyholder of the insurer and enjoying the rights customarily provided for holders of such policies;
(2) participating as beneficiary in any pension or deferred compensation plan, profit-sharing plan, stock option plan or similar plan authorized by the insurer and to which he may be eligible;
(3) receiving a fee in reasonable amount, if a director and not a salaried officer or employee, for special services rendered to the insurer in the usual independent practice of the profession of the director as attorney, accountant or physician; or
(4) owning shares in a mutual fund or similar pooled investment through which he possesses an indirect interest in other corporations with which the insurer may directly or indirectly transact business, so long as such investment is in kind or amount not material to such transactions of the insurer.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 59A. Insurance Code § 59A-34-8. Prohibited interest of officers, directors and employees in certain transactions - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-59a-insurance-code/nm-st-sect-59a-34-8.html
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