33-28-107. Reports and statements. (1) A captive insurance company is not required to make an annual report except as provided in this section.
(2) (a) Except as provided in subsection (2)(b), on or before April 1 of each year, each captive insurance company shall submit to the commissioner a report of its financial condition in a form and manner as required by the commissioner, verified by oath of two of its executive officers. On or before March 1 of each year, a captive risk retention group shall submit to the commissioner a report of its financial condition in a form and manner as required by the commissioner and verified by oath by two of its executive officers.
(b) A captive insurance company, other than a captive risk retention group, may make written application for filing the required report on a fiscal yearend basis. If an alternative reporting date is granted:
(i) the required report is due 90 days after fiscal yearend; and
(ii) in order to provide sufficient information to support the premium tax return, a captive insurance company shall file a report acceptable to the commissioner prior to April 1 of each year for the prior calendar yearend.
(c) Each captive insurance company shall report using generally accepted accounting principles, unless the commissioner requires the use of statutory accounting principles, with any necessary or useful modifications or additions required by the commissioner. The commissioner may also require the report to be supplemented by additional information.
(d) On or before April 1 of each year, each branch captive insurance company shall submit to the commissioner a copy of all reports and statements required to be filed under the laws in which the foreign captive insurance company is formed, verified by oath of two of its executive officers. If the commissioner is satisfied that the annual report filed by the foreign captive insurance company in its domiciliary jurisdiction provides adequate information concerning the financial condition of the foreign captive insurance company, the commissioner may waive the requirement for completion of the captive annual statement for business written in the foreign jurisdiction.
(3) The commissioner shall consider financial statements filed pursuant to this section as confidential.
(4) (a) Captive risk retention groups shall file reports and statements in accordance with Title 33, chapter 2, part 7, except that a captive risk retention group may file using generally accepted accounting principles. The filing may include letters of credit that are established, issued, or confirmed by a bank chartered in this state, a member of the federal reserve system, or a bank chartered by another state if that state-chartered bank is acceptable to the commissioner.
(b) The filings in subsection (4)(a) are required on an annual and quarterly basis.