Insurance Subsidiary means any Restricted Subsidiary which is subject to the regulation of, and is required to file statements with, any governmental body, agency or official in any State or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia which regulates insurance companies or the doing of an insurance business therein.
Insurance Subsidiary means a Subsidiary the ability of which to pay dividends is regulated by an Insurance Regulatory Authority or that is otherwise required thereby to be regulated with the Applicable Law of its jurisdiction of domicile.
Insurance Subsidiary means each Subsidiary of the Borrower identified as an Insurance Subsidiary (including Subsidiaries of such Subsidiary) on Schedule 5.14 and each other Subsidiary (including Subsidiaries of such Subsidiary) from time to time in the insurance business as certified by the Borrower in writing to the Administrative Agent.
Insurance Subsidiary means a subsidiary of the Corporation that is organized under the laws of any state in the United States and is licensed as a life insurance company in any state in the United States, but does not include any subsidiary of an Insurance Subsidiary.
Insurance Subsidiary means Reinsurance, INSCORP, and any other Material Subsidiary of the Borrower the ability of which to pay dividends is regulated by an Insurance Regulatory Authority or that is otherwise required to be regulated thereby in accordance with the applicable Requirements of Law of its state of domicile.