AUTHORIZATION OF INSURERS AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
41-336. Review of annual statement — Additional information. (1) As soon as reasonably possible after the insurer has filed its annual statement with him, the director shall review the same and require correction of such errors or omissions in the statement as appear from such review.
(2) Any company transacting business in this state may be required by the director, when he considers such action to be necessary for the protection of policyholders, creditors, shareholders or claimants, to file a supplementary summary financial statement in a format prescribed by the director. Supplementary summary financial statements shall be due within sixty (60) days after notice is mailed to the company by the director requesting such statement. No company shall be required to file more than four (4) supplementary summary statements during any consecutive twelve (12) month period. The director may, at his discretion, require the annual statement be certified by an independent actuary deemed competent by the director or by an independent certified public accountant.
(3) In addition to information called for and furnished in connection with its annual statement, an insurer shall promptly furnish to the director such other or further information with respect to any of its transactions or affairs as the director may from time to time request in writing.
[41-336, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 99, p. 645; am. 1991, ch. 277, sec. 2, p. 719.]