Section 2-205 of the Insurance Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, authorizes the Insurance Commissioner to conduct financial examinations of each licensed insurer as often as deemed advisable, but not less than every five years.
The Financial Examination staff performs field examinations at the insurers' home and branch office in the State of Maryland or other states. The examinations may be routine scheduled reviews to assess the financial condition of insurers or limited to one or more areas of specific financial or regulatory concern. Upon completion of each examination, a report on the examiners' findings is compiled. These reports generally are made public upon the acceptance of the company's final response.
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