Corporate Governance

Contacting the RMC Board of Directors

Any employee, customer, shareholder or other interested party with reason to communicate with RMC’s Board of Directors in connection with any matter involving our financial accounting, internal accounting controls or auditing matters should notify the Board of Directors or Audit Committee. Individuals may contact any RMC Director by sending a letter to:

  RMC Reinsurance Company, Limited
c/o Administrative Office
791 10th Street South
Suite #202
Naples, FL 34102
United States of America

Contacting Presiding Directors or Non-Management Directors of the Board of Directors

Shareholders, employees and other interested parties may contact RMC’s Board of Directors though its Presiding Director or Non-Management directors (who are independent and not employees of the company) by sending a letter addressed to the “Presiding Director” or “Non-Management Directors” (as the case may be) to:

    RMC Reinsurance Company, Limited
c/o Administrative Office
791 10th Street South
Suite #202
Naples, FL 34102
United States of America

Contacting the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors

Shareholders, employees and other interested parties may contact the Audit Committee of RMC through its Chairman. An employee may submit his or her concerns regarding questionable accounting or auditing matters anonymously and confidentially by submitting a letter in the same manner provided below for interested parties. If the employee identifies himself or herself in a written communication, the Audit Committee may reveal the name of the employee only with the permission of the employee, except as otherwise required by law.

To contact the Audit Committee, either in your name or anonymously, send a letter to:

    RMC Reinsurance Company, Limited
c/o General Counsel
321 N. Clark Street
Fifth Floor
Chicago, IL 60654
United States of America

Procedures for Handling Shareholder and Other Communication to the Board

Communications which address any of the following shall be transmitted by the General Counsel promptly to the Audit Committee: 1) fraud or other intentional violations of the federal securities laws or regulations; 2) material issues with respect to the accuracy of our financial statements or records; 3) misconduct of senior management or financial management; or 4) weaknesses in our internal accounting or disclosure controls. All other communications to the Audit Committee shall be transmitted to the Audit Committee no later than its next scheduled meeting.

Communications to the Board of Directors that do not fall under the forgoing policies will be forwarded to the Board of Directors, except that: 1) subscription offers, survey requests and conference invitations shall be discarded; 2) complaints relating to service or business issues shall be forwarded to the appropriate department; 3) shareholder inquiries or complaints will be sent to Investor Relations; and 4) media inquiries will be referred to the Public Relations Department.

Communications received by RMC's General Counsel addressed to the Audit Committee will be retained for a period of not less than five years, or such longer period as may be set forth in our document retention policy.