On November 6, 2011, the NAIC Executive Committee-Plenary adopted revisions to the NAIC’s Credit for Reinsurance Model Law (#785) and Credit for Reinsurance Model Regulation (#786). The revisions, as finally adopted, are substantially in the form covered in our Special Focus analysis of the revisions adopted in September by the Financial Condition (E) Committee, with one notable addition. The Model Law, in new Section 2(J), now imposes certain notification requirements on a ceding company when its reinsurance recoverables from a single reinsurer (or group of assuming companies) exceed specified levels of the ceding company’s surplus or gross written premium. Note: The redlining in these documents is from the NAIC, and apparently shows the differences between the just adopted versions and the previously existing text of the model law and model regulation.