(1) A person, firm, association, or corporation may not act in the capacity of managing
general agent with respect to risks located in this state for an insurer licensed
in this state unless the person is a licensed producer in this state.
(2) A person, firm, association, or corporation may not act in the capacity of a managing
general agent representing an insurer domiciled in this state with respect to risks
located outside this state unless the person is licensed as a producer in this state
pursuant to this chapter. The license may be a nonresident license.
(3) The commissioner may require a bond in an amount he finds acceptable for the protection
of each insurer represented.
(4) The commissioner may require the managing general agent to maintain an errors
and omissions policy or other security acceptable to the commissioner.
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