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31 Pa. Code § 27.5. Confidentiality of statements disclosing material transactions.

§ 27.5. Confidentiality of statements disclosing material transactions.

 (a)  Statements filed under this chapter shall be given confidential treatment, unless any of the following occur:

   (1)  The insurer gives its prior written consent that the information may be published.

   (2)  The Commissioner exercises discretion and determines that all or any part of the information related to the transaction be published. Prior to making a determination to publish all or any part of the information, the Commissioner will notify the affected insurer of the right to request a confidential review by the Commissioner. At the review, the affected insurer shall have an opportunity to demonstrate why the transaction and related information should remain confidential. After the review, the Commissioner may order some, all or none of the information related to the transaction be made public. Any of the Commissioner’s responsibilities may be delegated to a designee.

   (3)  The statements are subpoenaed. The Department will notify the insurer prior to providing the information subject to subpoena, unless otherwise prohibited by statute or rule of court.

 (b)  The Department may share statements filed under this chapter with regulatory or law enforcement officials of this Commonwealth or other jurisdictions, as long as, prior to the Department’s disclosure, those officials or jurisdictions demonstrate by written statement the authority and intent to provide the same confidential treatment required by Article II-A of The Insurance Department Act of 1921 (40 P. S. § §  65.1A and 65.2A) regarding authority to share confidential information with other Jurisdictions (Act 20 of 1997). The Department may also share statements filed under this chapter with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, or successor organization, if that organization agrees in writing prior to receiving the information to provide to it the same confidential treatment as required by Act 20 of 1997.

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