2013 Maryland Code
§ 8-106 - Placement or acceptance of business by reinsurance intermediary
(a) In this section, “reinsurance intermediary” means a person that acts as an insurance producer in:
(1) soliciting, negotiating, or procuring a reinsurance contract or binder for a ceding insurer; or
(2) accepting a reinsurance contract or binder for an assuming insurer.
(b) This section does not apply to a reinsurance intermediary that makes a complete written disclosure to the parties of its relationship with the assuming or ceding insurer before completion of the transaction.
(c) A reinsurance intermediary that has control of an assuming insurer may not directly or indirectly place insurance business with the assuming insurer in a transaction in which the reinsurance intermediary acts as an insurance producer for the ceding insurer.
(d) A reinsurance intermediary that has control of a ceding insurer may not directly or indirectly accept business from the ceding insurer in a transaction in which the reinsurance intermediary acts as an insurance producer for the assuming insurer.
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