The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions of Canada promulgated new reinsurance rules under Canada’s Insurance Companies Act, governing reinsurance transactions with a “related” reinsurer. The rules require detailed disclosures by the applicant (primary insurer) of required due diligence, objectives, risks, premiums, coverage, choice of law and other issues involved in the transaction. The rules also require detailed submissions from the proposed related reinsurer, regarding its financials, jurisdictions in which it operates, organization charts and past history of administrative or criminal sanctions, among other things. OSFI Index DA No. 21 (Dec. 2013).