134. If the Authority is of the opinion that an asset considered in the financial statements sent to it by an authorized insurer is overvalued, it may either require the insurer to cause an appraiser the choice of whom is approved by it to appraise that asset or appraise the asset itself. If the asset is a loan the repayment of which is guaranteed by property, the property is appraised.
If the results of the appraisal justify it, the Authority may require the insurer to modify its books and accounts as well as the financial statements referred to in the first paragraph to reflect the market value of the asset or, in the case of a loan, the value of the realization of the property guaranteeing the repayment. If a loan or another asset is that of a group of which the insurer is the holder of control, the Authority may, for those same purposes, require that the value of the insurer’s investment in the group be modified. The Authority notifies the auditor charged with the functions provided for in Chapter VII of the modification requested.