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Maryland Surplus Lines Broker Bond

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How much does a surplus lines broker bond cost in Maryland?

The State of Maryland Insurance Administration requires surplus lines brokers to post a $10,000 bond.

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Bond Type Bond Amount Cost
$10,000 Surplus Lines Broker Bond $10,000 $100

Why do I need this bond?

Licensed surplus lines brokers work with surplus line insurers to bring insurance coverage to clients looking for low or sub-standard risk policies. This bond guarantees the surplus lines broker’s compliance with the law and protects clients from financial loss as a result of unethical business practices.

What’s the fine print?

Surplus lines broker bonds in Maryland are continuous until canceled. The state requires surety companies to provide them with at least 30 days’ notice before canceling a bond. Nonresidents are exempt from the bond requirement.

All applicants requesting a Surplus Lines Broker Certificate of Qualification must also hold an active producer license with the Property and Casualty lines of authority at the time of application, whether it is for an initial or renewal application.

How to become a surplus lines broker in Maryland

To be approved for a Certificate of Qualification, applicants must be able to provide the following materials and information:

  • Payment in amount of $100 or $200 depending on expiration of underlying producer’s license
  • $10,000 surety bond
  • Copy of the Maryland Insurance Administration Supplement
  • Certified copy of applicant’s most recent annual statement
  • Certificate of compliance from domiciliary jurisdiction
  • Non-refundable filing fee of $1,000
  • $1,000 fraud fee assessment, made payable to Maryland Insurance Administration

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Additional Resources

Maryland Insurance Administration Surplus Lines Broker Bond Form

Maryland Insurance Administration Surplus Lines Broker Licensing Instructions

Maryland Insurance Administration: Surplus Lines Brokers Licensing

Maryland Code Title 3, Subtitle 3: Surplus Lines Insurance

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