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17 July 2018
On 22 May 2018 the National Commission for the Protection and Defence of Users of Financial Services (CONDUSEF) amended the General Rules on Good Practices, Transparency and Advertising applicable to Insurance Companies in order to:
Insurance adhesion contracts are non-negotiable insurance contracts offered by insurers and accepted as is by an insured seeking the corresponding coverage.
The recent amendment to the rules provides that insurance adhesion contracts must now include:
For a life or accident and health group insurance policy, in addition to the application document, the insurer must provide:
Insurers that conduct health insurance business must also include the required explanatory brochure of medical services, contracted benefits and available medical clinics and hospitals.
CONDUSEF may request and review the above documents in order to verify that they comply with the applicable legal provisions.
Insurers must also include the registry numbers granted by the CNSF and CONDUSEF in the general conditions of an adhesion contract registry.
Insurers must comply with these amendments before 19 September 2018 by incorporating the following into the contractual documentation of their insurance adhesion contracts:
In addition, insurers must include the registration numbers granted by the CNSF and CONDUSEF through the Registry of Insurance Adhesion Contracts in the general conditions of insurance adhesion contracts.
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