- • records, assets
- • unlawful removal
- • rules
(1) Every domestic insurer shall have and maintain its principal place of business and home office in this state, and shall keep therein accurate and complete accounts and records of its assets, transactions, and affairs in accordance with the provisions of the Insurance Code.
(2) Every domestic insurer shall have and maintain its assets in this state, except as to:
(a) Real property and personal property appurtenant thereto lawfully owned by the insurer and located outside this state, and
(b) Such property of the insurer as may be customary, necessary and convenient to enable and facilitate the operation of its branch offices and regional home offices located outside this state as referred to in subsection (4) of this section.
(3) Removal or attempted removal of all or a material part of the records or assets of a domestic insurer from this state except pursuant to a merger approved by the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services under ORS 732.517 (Purpose of ORS 732.517 to 732.546) to 732.546 (Severability), or for such reasonable purposes and periods of time as may be approved by the director in writing in advance of such removal, or concealment or attempted concealment of such records or assets or such material part thereof from the director, is prohibited. Upon violation of this section, the director may institute delinquency proceedings against the insurer as provided in ORS 734.150 (Grounds for rehabilitation of domestic insurers).
(4) This section shall not prohibit an insurer from:
(a) Establishing and maintaining branch offices or regional home offices in other states where necessary or convenient to the transaction of its business, and keeping therein the detailed records and assets customary and necessary for the servicing of its insurance in force and affairs in the territory served by such an office, as long as such records and assets are made readily available at such office for examination by the director at the director’s request;
(b) Having, depositing or transmitting funds and assets of the insurer in or to jurisdictions outside of this state required by the law of such jurisdiction or as reasonably and customarily required in the regular course of its business; or
(c) Using custodial arrangements for the holding of securities owned by the insurer, either in or outside of this state, and either segregated from or commingled with securities owned by others, if the arrangements conform to rules adopted by the director for safeguarding the assets and facilitating the director’s examination of insurers using such custodial arrangements. [1967 c.359 §172; 1979 c.846 §3; 1993 c.447 §108]
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