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The functions of the Commission are:

  • To maintain surveillance over the insurance market.

  • To promote and encourage sound and prudent insurance management and business practices.

  • To advise the Minister responsible for insurance matters regarding the insurance market.

  • To ensure that the provisions of the Financial Transactions Reporting Act, and other anti-money laundering legislation are being complied with.

  • To do such other things as may be prescribed by this Act or any other written law.

Our Mission

The Commission has the power to:

  • Impose any condition, limitation or restriction on companies or intermediaries, their operations or their investments.

  • Amend or revoke any registration, authorization, permission, condition, restriction or limitation.

  • Require that companies and intermediaries, or their directors, officers, employees, shareholders or policyholders, take or refrain from taking any action the commission deems necessary.

  • Require the filing of any document or information, and determine the form and content of any document.

  • Require the production of any information, documentation or explanation from any company or insurance intermediary, including the directors, officers, auditor, actuary and any former auditor or actuary employees, shareholders or policyholders of such company or insurance intermediary.

  • Require an appraisal of the real property of a company, the cost of which shall be borne by the company.

  • Substitute the appraised value of an asset in place of the value stated by the company.

  • Specify additional classes of insurance business in which a company is authorized to engage.

  • Treat insurance business of a specified class as if it were insurance business of another unspecified class.

  • Extend any period of time specified in the act or the regulations.

  • Exempt any person or class or persons, or any class or part of any class of insurance business from any provision of this act or the regulations, subject to such terms and conditions, as may in the commission’s opinion be appropriate.

  • Assist and cooperate with local and overseas regulatory authorities.

  • Make rules and issue directives providing for such matters as may be necessary or expedient for the carrying out of its responsibilities.




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