The Company Regulation Bureau licenses insurers that conduct business in the state of Iowa. On a quarterly basis, the Bureau monitors the financial condition of all companies authorized to do business in Iowa to insure compliance with Iowa statutes and regulations. Domestic insurers undergo on-site examinations at least once every five years. In addition to insurers, the Bureau is charged with the regulation of workers’ compensation self-insureds and workers’ compensation group self-insureds. The Bureau is also responsible for collection of premium taxes and preparation of the annual report to the Governor.
Company Financial Statements
Examination Reports - Domestic Financial and Market Conduct Examination Reports
Forms & Filing Instructions - Various forms and filing instructions
Iowa Company Listing
- Companies domiciled in Iowa
- Companies Licensed to Do Business in Iowa
- Surplus Lines Companies
- Purchasing Groups
- Risk Retention Groups
- Surety for clerks of court
- Iowa County Mutual Statistics
- Insurance Business Summary
- Largest Iowa-Domiciled Companies
- State Mutual
The following companies were granted permitted practices in accordance with Bulletin 09-01 dealing with deferred tax assets.
Procedures for public viewing of rates, forms, and financial statement filings at the Division.
Iowa Statutes and Rules