New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:29a-5.17 - Review Of Filing;

17:29A-5.17 Review of filing; "qualified independent actuary" defined.

65. a. The Commissioner of Banking and Insurance may, in connection with any profits report made under P.L.1988, c.118 (C.17:29A-5.6 et seq.), require a review of all or part of the filing by a qualified independent actuary, including, but not limited to, the filer's assumptions with respect to the development of losses or loss adjustment expenses developed to an ultimate basis, allowance for profit and contingencies and anticipated investment income.

b.For the purposes of this section, "qualified independent actuary" means a person or firm with annual billings of at least $5,000,000, who has not worked for the insurer or filer whose filing is under review during the previous three-year period.


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