§ 147.7. Consolidated or combined audits.
(a) An insurer may make written application to the Commissioner for approval to file audited consolidated or combined financial reports in lieu of separate annual audited financial reports if the insurer is part of a group of insurance companies which utilizes a pooling or 100% reinsurance agreement that affects the solvency and integrity of the insurers reserves and the insurer cedes all of its direct and assumed business to the pool. A columnar consolidating or combining worksheet, setting forth the amounts shown on the consolidated or combined audited financial report with a reconciliation of differences between the amounts shown in the individual insurer columns of the worksheet and comparable amounts shown on the annual statements of the insurer, shall be filed with the report. The reconciliation shall include explanations of consolidating and eliminating entries. Noninsurance operations may be shown on the worksheet on a combined or individual basis. Consolidated or combined audited financial reports shall be prepared in conformity with statutory accounting practices as set forth in § 147.4(a) (relating to contents of annual audited financial report).
(b) The Commissioner may require an insurer to file separate annual audited financial reports.
(c) Subsection (a) does not apply to continuing care providers. A continuing care provider may make written application to the Commissioner for approval to file consolidated or combined financial reports in lieu of separate annual audited financial reports if the continuing care provider is part of a group of affiliated entities. A columnar consolidating or combining worksheet, setting forth the amounts shown for each individual entity on the consolidated or combined audited financial report and including explanations of consolidating and eliminating entries, shall be filed with the report. Consolidated or combined audited financial reports shall be prepared as set forth in § 147.4(e).
The provisions of this § 147.7 amended under the authority of sections 206, 506, 1501 and 1502 of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P.S. § § 66, 186, 411 and 412); sections 320, 630, 1007 and 2452 of The Insurance Company Law of 1921 (40 P.S. § § 443, 764a, 967 and 991.2452); sections 205 and 206 of The Pennsylvania Fair Plan Act (40 P.S. § § 1600.205 and 1600.206); section 731 of the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error (MCARE) Act (40 P.S. § 1303.731); 40 Pa.C.S. § § 6125, 6331 and 6701; sections 11 and 14 of the Health Maintenance Organization Act (40 P.S. § § 1561 and 1564); and sections 7 and 25 of the Continuing-Care Provider Registration and Disclosure Act (40 P.S. § § 3207 and 3225).
The provisions of this § 147.7 adopted December 21, 1979, effective December 22, 1979, 9 Pa.B. 4164; amended November 10, 1995, effective November 11, 1995, 25 Pa.B. 4785; amended August 20, 2004, effective August 21, 2004, 34 Pa.B. 4591. Immediately preceding text appeas at serial page (203416).
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