Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 6. The Director of Insurance
Section 150. Examination Reports.
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AS 21.06.150. Examination Reports.

(a) An examination report may only consist of facts appearing upon the books, records, or other documents of the examined person, the person's agents, or other persons examined, or facts determined from the testimony of officers, agents, or other persons examined concerning the person's affairs, and the conclusions and recommendations that the examiners find reasonably warranted from the facts.

(b) The examiner shall file with the division a written report of an examination, signed by the examiner under oath, not later than 60 days following the last day of examination field work. The period for filing the report may be extended for 60 additional days upon approval of the director. Upon receipt of the report, the division shall transmit the report to the person being examined, together with a notice that gives the person being examined a period of 30 days to make a written submission or rebuttal with respect to matters contained in the examination report. Within 30 days of the end of the period allowed for the receipt of written submissions or rebuttals, the director shall fully consider and review the report, together with any written submissions or rebuttals, and any relevant portions of the examiner's work papers and enter an order

(1) approving the examination report as filed or approving the examination report with modification or corrections;

(2) rejecting the examination report with directions to the examiners to reopen the examination for the purpose of obtaining additional data, documentation, or information and refiling the report under this section; or

(3) setting an investigatory hearing under the procedures of AS 21.06.200 and 21.06.210(a) - (d) for purposes of obtaining additional information and testimony.

(c) In the event the director determines that regulatory action is appropriate as a result of an examination, the director may enter orders and initiate proceedings as provided by law. The director may use an examination report, work papers or other documents, the testimony of the examiners, or other information discovered or developed during the course of an examination in a judicial or administrative proceeding, whether or not a written report of the examination at the time has been made, transmitted, or approved by the director.

(d) The director may disclose the content of an examination report, preliminary examination report or results, or a matter relating to it to the insurance division of this or another state or country and to law enforcement officers of this or another jurisdiction. Except as allowed by this section or other provision of law, the director may not disclose the contents of a preliminary examination report before the report is filed in the office of the director under AS 21.06.060 .

(e) An order entered under (b)(1) of this section must be accompanied by findings of fact and conclusions of law resulting from the director's consideration and review of the examination report, relevant examiner work papers, and written submissions or rebuttals.

(f) Within 30 days of the receipt of the approved report, the person examined shall file affidavits executed by each director and the chief executive officer or equivalent officer stating under oath that they have received and reviewed a copy of the approved report and related orders.

(g) Information or records obtained by the director under AS 21.06.120 or 21.06.140 and any related work papers of an examination are confidential. The director may publish an examination report or a summary of it in a newspaper or electronic media in the state if the director determines that the publication is in the public interest.

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