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Financial Filing Requirements and Instructions

Pursuant to California Code of Regulation Section 2308.1, the Insurance Commissioner ("Commissioner") designates the Internet-based financial filing system operated by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners ("NAIC") as the filing system to receive and store electronic filings of annual and quarterly financial statements from all admitted insurers.

When filed, solely for purposes of a filing made with the NAIC, a document is considered filed with the Commissioner when the filing is accepted by the NAIC.  Any financial statements, which are not required to be filed with the NAIC or required to be filed with the NAIC that is not accepted for filing by the NAIC, shall be filed directly with the California Department of Insurance ("CDI") via the Online Assistance System for Insurer Submittals ("OASIS").

For documents requiring original signature(s)/certification/notarization, the electronic PDF file must contain the required signature(s)/certification/notarization.  In addition, a paper original of a properly executed Jurat page from the related financial statement filed electronically shall be provided to the Commissioner as confirmation of each electronic filing. For admitted foreign and alien insurers, a paper original of such properly executed Jurat page is not needed, if it is already on file with its domestic regulator.

All original signature pages must be mailed to:

California Department of Insurance
Financial Analysis Division, Financial Records Unit
300 South Spring Street, South Tower, 13th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90013

For inquiries, please contact:

Financial Records Unit
Phone: (213) 346-6423
E-mail: Financial_Records@insurance.ca.gov

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Updated Date:  12/4/2014 

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