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Wyoming Statutes Title 26. Insurance Code § 26-37-106. Mechanical breakdown insurance organizations;  applications for certificates of authority;  fee;  issuance

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(a) A mechanical breakdown insurance organization may file with the commissioner an application for a certificate of authority to transact mechanical breakdown insurance in this state upon a form to be furnished by the department which shall include the following:

(i) The names, addresses and all occupations of any current and anticipated principal, partner, officer and director for the preceding ten (10) years;

(ii) A certified copy of any corporate articles and bylaws, partnership agreements and other organizational agreements reasonably required by the commissioner and if previously incorporated, the corporate annual statements and reports for the three (3) most recent years;

(iii) A statement of the amount and sources of the funds available for organization expenses and the proposed arrangements for reimbursement and compensation of incorporators or other persons;

(iv) A statement of compensation of current and anticipated principals, partners, directors and officers;

(v) The forms to be used for any proposed contracts between the organization and providers of mechanical breakdown services and any corporations which perform administrative, marketing or management services concerning the provision of services to insureds;

(vi) The plan for conducting the insurance business, including the following:

(A) The geographical area in which the business is to be transacted in the first five (5) years;

(B) The types of insurance to be written in the first five (5) years including whether and to what extent repayment rather than service benefits are to be provided;

(C) The proposed marketing methods;

(D) Actuarial data or other similar statistical data, documented and verified in the manner the department may reasonably require, affirmatively demonstrating the anticipated income and expenses in the first five (5) years including without limitation, the projected expenditure for mechanical breakdown services and projected source of funds for any anticipated deficit;

(E) A complete statement concerning claims procedures.

(vii) A current statement of the assets and liabilities of the applicant;

(viii) Forms of all mechanical breakdown insurance contracts the applicant proposes to offer specifying the rates to be charged for each form of contract;

(ix) Any other documents or information the department reasonably requires.

(b) A fee of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) shall accompany the application filed under subsection (a) of this section.

(c) The commissioner shall issue a certificate of authority if he is satisfied that:

(i) All requirements of law are met;

(ii) All current and anticipated principals, partners, incorporators, directors and principal officers are trustworthy and competent and collectively have the competence and experience to engage in the proposed insurance business;  and

(iii) The business plan is consistent with the interests of the potential insureds of the corporation and the public.

Cite this article: - Wyoming Statutes Title 26. Insurance Code § 26-37-106. Mechanical breakdown insurance organizations;  applications for certificates of authority;  fee;  issuance - last updated December 01, 2021 |

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