Reinsurance Security Agreement

OSFI encourages each IRF to implement the principles and expectations set out in the guideline as soon as possible and to adhere to Principle 1 (taking into account reinsurance risk management guidelines), including the Board`s policy agreement, until July 1, 2011. Once the policy is approved, each IRS should comply with the balance of the guideline, including the presentation of its first reinsurance statement to its board of directors, until July 1, 2012. For multi-year contracts that will not be renewed until July 1, 2012, OSFI expects each IRI to make every cost-appropriate effort to align these contracts with the guideline by that date. By way of comparison, the draft guideline required compliance with all aspects by January 1, 2011, which the sector said did not provide sufficient time. As explained in more detail below, osFI indicated, contrary to the draft guide, that the opinion could be subject to the usual qualifications. The notice must be given by a lawyer with jurisdiction over personal property security legislation in the province in which the assets are held or who is reasonably based on the legal advice of those with such expertise. If the divested company authorizes a new type of assets that are not already covered by the accompanying notice, the entity must request additional comments on the new type of assets. 1. An IRF should have a sound and comprehensive reinsurance risk management policy, which is subject to oversight by the IRF Board of Directors and implemented by management. Although OSFI has put in place a very different set of rules relating to the form of agreements and agreements necessary to allow a Zedant to borrow for unfulmitted reinsurance, it is unlikely that they will result in fundamental changes in the use of un conceded reinsurance in Canada. OSFI now requires CIOs to implement a reinsurance risk management directive (“RRMP”). The RMP will present a set of guidelines and rules regarding the use of reinsurance by the IRF.

IRMs must implement an RRMP by July 1, 2011 and the RRMP must be approved by the FRI`s executive committee. OsFI defines its key reinsurance principles in guideline B-3, which are intended to provide insurers and reinsurers with guidance in developing an approach to reinsurance risk management. In order for a divested insurer to be eligible for capital or asset credit for reinsurance from an un conceded reinsurer, the unleased reinsurer must mortgage assets to the insurer that has withdrawn under a reinsurance guarantee contract (replace the trust agreement with a pawn agreement). In addition, the ceding company must obtain legal advice available to the cedar agent and OSFI and certify that the assignor has a priority security interest in the mortgaged assets. OsFI is not required to participate in the reinsurance agreement and, in accordance with OSFI`s final guidelines, the Cenant and reinsurer do not require OSFI`s agreement to acquire or disburse assets. On the contrary, the Cedant is required, in the context of Cedanten`s general reinsurance policies, to define, for unleased reinsurers, prudential requirements specific to acceptable asset classes and limits on the percentages of collateral that can be invested in certain categories.

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