N.J.S.A 17:37B-2. Division of Property-Casualty Examination

17:37B-2. Division of Property-Casualty Examination

There is created in the Department of Insurance a Division of Property-Casualty Examination. The division shall perform all financial examinations of property and casualty insurers, as provided in this act and as otherwise provided by law.

b. The commissioner shall appoint at least the following full-time personnel to the division:

(1) Six certified public accountants or other qualified individuals;

(2) Two persons holding the degree of Master of Business Administration in fields related to the analysis of the financial condition of insurance companies;

(3) One economist, who shall hold a doctoral degree.

C. When requested by the commissioner, the Attorney General shall assign one or more deputy attorneys general to represent the Department of Insurance in proceedings related to the financial examination of insurance companies or other functions performed by the division pursuant to the provisions of this act.

d. The commissioner shall appoint clerical and other staff necessary for the division to carry out its responsibilitieS.These personnel shall be employed subject to the provisions of Title 11A of the New Jersey StatuteS.

L. 1987, C. 406, S.2.


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