Insurance Regulatory Authority definition

Insurance Regulatory Authority means, with respect to any Insurance Subsidiary, the insurance department or similar Governmental Authority charged with regulating insurance companies or insurance holding companies, in its jurisdiction of domicile and, to the extent that it has regulatory authority over such Insurance Subsidiary, in each other jurisdiction in which such Insurance Subsidiary conducts business or is licensed to conduct business.
Insurance Regulatory Authority means, with respect to any Insurance Subsidiary, the governmental or regulatory authority or agency charged with regulating the insurance business of insurance companies or insurance holding companies, in its jurisdiction of legal domicile.
Insurance Regulatory Authority means, for the Borrower or any Insurance Subsidiary, the insurance department or similar administrative authority or agency located in the state in which the Borrower or such Insurance Subsidiary is domiciled.

Examples of Insurance Regulatory Authority in a sentence

  • This shall be in the form of Bank guarantee or Insurance guarantee from Companies approved by the Public ProcurementRegulatory Authority (PPRA).MR8Must submit a dully filled up Confidential BusinessQuestionnaire in the format provided.MR 9Must be registered with the Insurance Regulatory Authority for the year 2018 and a copy of the current license be submitted.MR10Must be a current member of the Association of Kenya Insurers (AKI).

  • The process has stalled following the intervention of the office of the Attorney General (AG) in response to the request for legal advice by the Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority on the mandate of FCC’s investigation.

  • The Insurance Act of Kenya (Revised 2017) requires that insurance companies that wish to offer insurance services in Kenya should be registered with the Insurance Regulatory Authority (IRA) of Kenya to allow them undertake insurance business in Kenya.

  • Registered office and physical address to be indicated 2.Current certificate of registration with the Insurance Regulatory Authority for year 2019.

  • Wherever there is a conflict between the provisions of the instructions to tenderers and the provisions of the appendix, the provisions of the appendix herein shall prevail over those of the instructions to tenderers.Instruction to tenderreferenceParticulars of Appendix to instructions to tenderers2.1Particulars of eligible tenderers: Insurance Underwriting Companies Licensed by the Insurance Regulatory Authority to transact business inKenya.2.2.2Price to be charged for tender documents.


More Definitions of Insurance Regulatory Authority

Insurance Regulatory Authority means, when used with respect to any Insurance Subsidiary, (x) the insurance department or similar administrative authority or agency located in each state or jurisdiction (foreign or domestic) in which such Insurance Subsidiary is domiciled or (y) to the extent asserting or having regulatory jurisdiction over such Insurance Subsidiary, the insurance department, authority or agency in each state or jurisdiction (foreign or domestic) in which such Insurance Subsidiary is licensed, and shall include any Federal or national insurance regulatory department, authority or agency that may be created and that asserts or has regulatory jurisdiction over such Insurance Subsidiary.
Insurance Regulatory Authority means the insurance regulatory authority of a Jurisdiction;
Insurance Regulatory Authority means, for any Insurance Subsidiary, the insurance department or similar administrative authority or agency located in the state or other jurisdiction in which such Insurance Subsidiary is domiciled (includingcommercially domiciled” as that term is defined under relevant state law), including, for the avoidance of doubt, the Society and Corporation of Lloyd’s.
Insurance Regulatory Authority means, as to any Material Insurance Subsidiary, the insurance department or similar administrative authority or agency located in the state in which such Material Insurance Subsidiary is domiciled.
Insurance Regulatory Authority means, with respect to any Domestic Insurance Subsidiary, the Governmental Authority of such Domestic Insurance Subsidiary's state of domicile with whom such Domestic Insurance Subsidiary is required to file its annual financial statement prepared in accordance with SAP.
Insurance Regulatory Authority means with respect to any state or the District of Columbia, the Governmental Entity charged with the regulation and supervision of insurance companies in such state or the District of Columbia.
Insurance Regulatory Authority means, with respect to any jurisdiction, the Governmental Entity charged with the supervision of insurance companies in such jurisdiction.