(1) Domestic insurers must file a biographical affidavit:
(a) For each officer or director as part of an application for a solicitation permit, certificate of authority, or certificate of registration.
(b) Within thirty business days after:
(i) An individual becomes an officer or director;
(ii) A material change of filed information required in the biographical affidavit; or
(iii) At the request of the commissioner.
(c) Within fifteen business days, of any information concerning the conviction of an officer or director of a felony or the naming of an officer or director, other than as a party plaintiff or complainant, in a criminal or civil action in which fraud is an issue.
(d) Every thirty-six months after the last biographical affidavit filed.
(2) An officer or director may choose to list all affiliate insurers and insurers under common control on one biographical affidavit in lieu of filing a separate form for each affiliated insurer.
(3) Biographical affidavits must be investigated and verified by a vendor authorized by the NAIC to perform a state, national, or international history background check. Verification reports must be submitted directly to the commissioner by the background investigation agency.