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Mexico: Insurance regulator provides 2017 required minimum paid-in capital for insurers and bonding companies

Introduction

On June 5 2017 the National Insurance and Bonds Commission amended the Sole Provisions on Insurance and Bonds to provide the value of the investment unit (UDI) that insurers and bonding companies must consider when calculating their required minimum paid-in capital.

Insurers and bonding companies must comply with the required minimum paid-in capital each year to ensure that they can meet their financial obligations and responsibilities in the exercise of their activities. The minimum paid-in capital must be subscribed and fully paid before the last business day of the year (ie, December 26 2017).

The required minimum paid-in capital is determined by each insurer and bonding company’s type of operation and authorised lines of business. For 2017, it must be calculated considering the value of the UDI as Ps5.562883 per UDI, as follows.

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