2017 Fall National Meeting
Honolulu, Hawaii
EXECUTIVE (EX) COMMITTEE
Sunday, December 3, 2017
12:00 — 1:00 p.m.
Hawaii Convention Center —Kalakaua Ballroom AB—Level 4

2017 Fall National Meeting
Honolulu, Hawaii
EXECUTIVE (EX) COMMITTEE AND PLENARY
Monday, December 4, 2017
2:00 — 3:00 p.m.
Hawaii Convention Center—Kalakaua Ballroom AB—Level 4

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Executive (EX) Committee

The mission of the Executive (EX) Committee is to manage the affairs of the NAIC in a manner consistent with its Articles of Incorporation and its Bylaws.

Ongoing Support of NAIC Programs, Products or Services

  1. The Executive (EX) Committee will:
    1. Identify the goals and priorities of the organization and make recommendations to achieve such goals and priorities, based on input of the membership. Make recommendations by the 2017 Commissioners Conference.
    2. Create/terminate task force(s) and/or Executive (EX) Committee-level working groups to address special issues and monitor the work of these groups. Create necessary task forces and/or Executive (EX) Committee-level working groups throughout 2017 as necessary.
    3. Submit reports and recommendations to NAIC members concerning the activities of its subcommittee and the standing committees. Submit report at each national meeting.
    4. Consider requests from NAIC members for friend-of-the-court briefs.
    5. Establish and allocate functions and responsibilities to be performed by each NAIC zone.
    6. Pursuant to the Bylaws, oversee the NAIC offices to assist the organization and the individual members in achieving the goals of the organization.
    7. Conduct strategic planning on an ongoing basis.
    8. Plan, implement and coordinate communications and activities with the Federal Insurance Office (FIO).
    9. Plan, implement and coordinate communications and activities with other state, federal, local and international government organizations to advance the goals of the NAIC and promote understanding of state insurance regulation.
    10. Review and approve requests for the development of model laws and/or regulations. Coordinate the review of existing model laws and/or regulations.
    11. Select NAIC national meeting sites five and six years in advance of the meeting date to ensure efficient and economical locations and facilities.
    12. Review and revise, as necessary and appropriate, the criteria and categories for registrants at NAIC national meetings.

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