Stock insurer’s proxies
- • regulation by director
- • rules
(1) A proxy may be authorized in writing to vote the shares of any stockholder, or where authorized of a policyholder, of a domestic stock insurer at any regular or special stockholders’ meeting.
(2) Such stockholders and policyholders shall be provided with adequate and accurate information with respect to the affairs of the insurer, the interests of those involved in the solicitation of proxies or consents, and the matters regarding which the proxies or consents are solicited.
(3) Every form of proxy or consent and soliciting material to be used in connection therewith shall be filed with the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services in advance of any circulation or other use by at least 10 days, or such shorter period as the director may authorize. Circulation or use of a filed document may be made when such 10-day or shorter period has expired, unless or until the director has disapproved the filing by written notice showing wherein the document does not comply with this section or the pertinent rules. Any proxy or consent obtained in violation of this section shall be void.
(4) The director may issue rules to carry out the purposes of this section and to prevent fraud or deception in connection with proxies and consents. Such rules may differ as to different types of insurers, and may include, but not by way of limitation, provisions as to:
(a) Exemption from the requirements of this section for insurers subject to similar provisions of federal law, or with less than a prescribed number of stockholders;
(b) Disclosure of equivalent information when no proxies or consents are solicited;
(c) Form and content of proxies, consents and solicitation materials, and filing procedures therefor;
(d) Procedure for presentation of stockholder proposals; and
(e) Election contests. [Formerly 738.190]
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