Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Insurance Regulation

Rule Rule 836-071-0328
Unlicensed Individuals with Prior Convictions Who are Engaged or Participate in Business of Insurance


(1)

When the Director considers an application of an individual who applies to the Director under ORS 731.428 (Written consent to engage or participate in business of insurance) for written consent to engage or participate in the business of insurance, other than a licensee to whom OAR 836-071-0323 (License Applicants and Licensees with Prior Convictions) applies, the Director shall determine whether the crime or any of the crimes is an offense under 18 U.S.C. sec. 1033 or a felony offense involving dishonesty or breach of trust that is subject to 18 U.S.C. sec. 1033. Individuals to whom this section applies includes any applicant for employment in the business of insurance in Oregon and any current unlicensed individual engaged or participating in the insurance business in Oregon who has ever been convicted of an offense described in this section.

(2)

An applicant for written consent under this section who has been convicted by final judgment of an offense under 18 U.S.C. sec. 1033 or of any felony offense involving dishonesty or breach of trust does not qualify for the written consent unless:

(a)

The Director has reviewed the entire application of the applicant and has determined that the applicant qualifies for the written consent; and

(b)

The Director issues a written consent as provided in this rule.

(3)

An applicant to whom this rule applies must submit a consent application on a form provided by the Director.

(4)

An individual currently engaged or participating in the insurance business in Oregon and is not required to be licensed to do so may not continue to engage or participate in the business of insurance in Oregon unless the Director issues a written consent as provided in this rule.

(5)

An unlicensed individual who, while engaged or participating in the insurance business in Oregon and is not required to be licensed to do so, is convicted of an offense described in section (1) of this rule must submit a consent application under this rule not later than the 30th day after the date of the final judgment. The individual may not engage or participate in the insurance business in Oregon unless the Director issues a written consent as provided in this rule.
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Jun. 8, 2021