On November, 30, 2021, the FWCIGA Board of Directors met and discussed future assessment needs. After deliberations, the Board determined the cash position to be adequate and no additional assessment is needed for the 2022 calendar year.
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The following chart shows the twelve (12) year history of prior assessments in descending order by carrier type:
The FWCIGA Board of Directors certified the need for a 1.0% assessment on its member insurers at its June 18, 2019 meeting. The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation issued a 1.0% assessment levy on all new and renewal policies with effective dates beginning January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020. Assessments will be due the FWCIGA quarterly after applying and collecting a 1.0% surcharge to all workers’ compensation and excess workers’ compensation policies.
FWCIGA regularly monitors whether adequate funds are available to pay covered claims and expenses for recently insolvencies. Currently, cash on hand combined with future receipts from the 2020 assessment is sufficient to cover the Association’s immediate claim obligations without delay. Should the need arise; FWCIGA is prepared to work with OIR to levy an assessment to secure additional funding. However, at this time, no assessment has been levied for 2021.
The National Conference of Insurance Guaranty Funds publishes on their website actual and projected assessment information for all P&C guaranty funds by quarter-end. The Assessment Liability Report can be found at https://www.ncigf.org/industry/guaranty-fund-assessment-liability-information/. The Assessment Liability Report includes – by a statutory account of each state guaranty fund – the maximum assessment, net assessable premium and actual and projected assessment information.
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