Included in the link below is a list of all certified and reciprocal jurisdiction reinsurers that have been reviewed by ReFAWG and recommended for Passporting. Each tab in the link will include the different categories of reinsurer.
Listing of State Certified and Reciprocal Jurisdiction Webpages
The NAIC has compiled a list of the NAIC member jurisdiction webpages containing state specific information regarding certified and reciprocal jurisdiction reinsurers. This is intended for informational purposes only to facilitate accurate reporting of reinsurance transactions within the statutory financial statements.
California: Certified | Reciprocal
Delaware: Certified | Reciprocal
Idaho: Certified & Reciprocal
Iowa: Certified | Reciprocal
Maryland: Certified | Reciprocal
Michigan: Certified | Reciprocal
Minnesota: Certified & Reciprocal
Mississippi: Certified & Reciprocal
New Hampshire: Certified
New Jersey: Certified
New York: Certified | Reciprocal
North Carolina: Certified | Reciprocal
North Dakota: Certified
Ohio: Certified & Reciprocal
Rhode Island: Certified
South Carolina: Certified
South Dakota: Certified & Reciprocal
Vermont: Certified | Reciprocal
West Virginia: Certified & Reciprocal
The states maintain webpages that will include any state specific information and their individual lists of certified reinsurers and reciprocal jurisdiction reinsurers. The point of contact list includes the primary contacts at each state for these processes, and the state adoption maps show which states have adopted Model #785 and Model #786.
- Point of Contact List (pending)
- State Adoption Maps
REFAWG REVIEW PROCESS
The ReFAWG Review Process for Passporting Certified and Reciprocal Jurisdiction Reinsurers was created to clarify the passporting processes for both certified reinsurers and reciprocal jurisdiction reinsurers.
- Uniform Application Checklist for Certified Reinsurers
- Uniform Checklist for Reciprocal Jurisdiction Reinsurers
LISTS OF QUALIFIED AND RECIPROCAL JURISDICTIONS
The Process for Evaluating Qualified and Reciprocal Jurisdictions was created to clarify the review and approval process for these jurisdictions, and listings of approved Qualified and Reciprocal Jurisdictions are included below.
- Process for Evaluating Qualified and Reciprocal Jurisdictions
- NAIC List of Qualified Jurisdictions
- NAIC List of Reciprocal Jurisdictions
MODEL LAW AND REGULATION
LINKS TO TASK FORCE AND WORKING GROUP WEBPAGES