Qualified actuary defined.
For the purpose of this regulation, a "qualified actuary" is an individual who in each particular case or assignment is acting within the scope of his or her training, experience and qualifications and:
(1) Is a member of the American Academy of Actuaries; or
(2) Has otherwise demonstrated his or her actuarial competence to the satisfaction of the insurance commissioner, or to the satisfaction of the insurance regulatory official of the domiciliary state of an insurer in the case of any actuarial certification required in connection with an annual statement filed by such insurer.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 48.02.060
and 48.92.140. WSR 98-11-089 (Matter No. R 98-8), § 284-05-060, filed 5/20/98, effective 6/20/98; Order R-76-1, § 284-05-060, filed 2/25/76; Order R-72-1, § 284-05-060, filed 2/8/72, effective 7/1/72.]