§431:30-107 Management committee; officers and personnel. (a) A management committee comprising no more than fourteen members shall be established as follows:
(1) One member from each of the six compacting states with the largest premium volume for individual and group annuities, life, disability income, and long-term care insurance products, determined from the records of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners for the prior year;
(2) Four members from compacting states with at least two per cent of the market based on the premium volume described above, other than the six compacting states with the largest premium volume, selected on a rotating basis as provided in the bylaws; and
(3) Four members from those compacting states with less than two per cent of the market, based on the premium volume described above, with one selected from each of the four zone regions of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners as provided in the bylaws.
(b) The management committee shall have the authority and duties set forth in the bylaws, including but not limited to:
(1) Managing the affairs of the commission in a manner consistent with the bylaws and purposes of the commission;
(2) Establishing and overseeing an organizational structure within, and appropriate procedures for, the commission to provide for the creation of uniform standards and other rules, receipt and review of product filings, administrative and technical support functions, review of decisions regarding the disapproval of a product filing, and the review of elections made by a compacting state to opt out of a uniform standard; provided that a uniform standard shall not be submitted to the compacting states for adoption unless approved by two-thirds of the members of the management committee;
(3) Overseeing the offices of the commission; and
(4) Planning, implementing, and coordinating communications and activities with other state, federal, and local government organizations to advance the goals of the commission.
(c) The commission shall annually elect officers from the management committee with each having such authority and duties as may be specified in the bylaws.
(d) The management committee, subject to the approval of the commission, may appoint or retain an executive director for such period, upon such terms and conditions and for such compensation as the commission may deem appropriate. The executive director shall serve as secretary to the commission, but shall not be a member of the commission. The executive director shall hire and supervise such other staff as may be authorized by the commission. [L 2004, c 104, pt of §2; am L 2005, c 132, §7]