RBNZ published new versions of two return templates—Insurer Return version 1.1d and Insurer Solvency Return version 5.2a—that should be used for balance dates from November 01, 2019. Insurer Return collects financial and exposure information for licensed New Zealand insurers. Version 1.1d of insurer return includes changes to validations and the hidden automatic uploading sheet. Insurer Solvency Return collects solvency related information for licensed insurers in New Zealand. Version 5.2a of insurer solvency return includes new validations related to statutory funds and signatory statements, in addition to the inclusion of hidden automatic uploading sheet.
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