Capital Assets Program Rating Information

This page summarizes the status of ISO's capital assets program rating-information filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

Rating rule related solely to losses from "certified acts of terrorism" (Filing Designation OP-2003-RTRRU)
Under a provision of the federal law, these rules are exempt from prior approval and otherwise applicable state waiting periods and are effective immediately upon filling.

  Filing Date Comments
Alabama 5/1/03  
Alaska 5/2/03  
Arizona 5/1/03  
Arkansas 5/1/03  
California   Program pending
Colorado 5/1/03  
Connecticut 5/1/03   
Delaware 5/1/03  
District of Columbia 5/1/03  
Florida 5/1/03  
Georgia 5/1/03  
Hawaii   Program pending
Idaho 5/1/03  
Illinois 5/1/03  
Indiana 5/1/03  
Iowa 5/1/03  
Kansas 5/1/03    
Kentucky 5/1/03    
Louisiana   Program pending
Maine 5/1/03  
Maryland 5/1/03  
Massachusetts 5/1/03  
Michigan 5/2/03  
Minnesota  12/1/03  
Mississippi 5/1/03  
Missouri 5/1/03  
Montana 5/1/03  
Nebraska   Program pending
Nevada 5/1/03  
New Hampshire 5/1/03  
New Jersey 5/5/03  
New Mexico 5/1/03  
New York   Filing on hold
North Carolina 5/1/03  
North Dakota 5/2/03  
Ohio 5/1/03  
Oklahoma 5/1/03  
Oregon  8/1/04  
Pennsylvania 5/1/03  
Puerto Rico   Program pending
Rhode Island 7/1/03  
South Carolina 5/1/03  
South Dakota 5/2/03  
Tennessee 5/1/03  
Texas 5/1/04   
Utah 5/1/03  
Vermont 5/1/03  
Virginia   Program pending
Washington   Program pending
West Virginia 5/1/03  
Wisconsin 5/2/03  
Wyoming 5/1/03  

 

Rating rules for options that provide or exclude coverage for various acts of terrorism falling outside the federal law's definition of terrorism

We will make these filings under normal filing and approval procedures in each jurisdiction. Watch this website for information on status.

The information on this page is for early information only. Please refer to the relevant line circular LI-OP-2003-018, dated 5/14/03, for important details.

For more information, return to ISO Continues to Help You Respond to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

Page updated July 26, 2004