There are no advance materials at this time.

 Limited Lines - Pet Insurance

During the 2016 Fall National Meeting the Producer Licensing (EX) Working Group received a presentation from Nationwide Insurance regarding Limited Line Pet Insurance. The presentation provides a proposal from Nationwide Insurance asking that the Working Group revise the Uniform Licensing Standards - #37 Standards for Non-Core Limited Lines to remove Pet Insurance as a limited line. An open comment period concerning this proposal was distributed with a deadline of January 20th. Comments received can be found listed below. The Working Group will discuss the comments and determine appropriate direction for this proposal.


NAIC CE Classroom Course Recommendation
(Adopted by PLWG on May 16, 2016)


 State Licensing Handbook
 Adjuster Licensing
 Producer Licensing Refrence Materials


Information regarding resident and non-resident requirements for individual states accepting paper licensing for the Uniform Licensing Applications are available on the NAIC Paper Licensing Map

Related NAIC Publications


Producer Licensing (EX) Working Group


The mission of the Producer Licensing (EX) Task Force isto: 1) develop and implement uniform standards, interpretations and treatment of producer and adjuster licensees and licensing terminology; 2) monitor and respond to developments related to licensing reciprocity; 3) coordinate with industry and consumer groups regarding priorities for licensing reforms; and 4) provide direction based on NAIC membership initiatives to the NIPR Board of Directors regarding the development and implementation of uniform producer licensing initiatives, with a primary emphasis on encouraging the use of electronic technology.

The Producer Licensing (EX) Working Group supports:


Ongoing Support of NAIC Programs, Products or Services:

2017 Charges

The Producer Licensing (EX) Working Group will:

  1. Monitor the implementation of the Uniform Licensing Standards for best practices in examination development and the delivery of education materials for prelicensing education. Work closely with state producer licensing directors and exam vendors to ensure: 1) the states achieve full compliance with the standards in order to achieve greater uniformity; and 2) the exams test the qualifications for an entry-level position as a producer.
  2. Continue to provide oversight and ongoing updates, as needed, to the State Licensing Handbook.
  3. Provide updated reciprocity guidelines and ongoing maintenance and review of uniform application forms for continuing education providers and the state review and approval of courses.
  4. Coordinate through NAIC staff and provide guidance to NIPR on producer licensing-related electronic initiatives.
  5. Coordinate with NAIC parent committees, task forces and/or working groups to review and provide recommendations on any new producer training requirements or continuing education requirements that are included in NAIC model acts, regulations and/or standards.
  6. Monitor state implementation of adjuster licensing reciprocity and develop minimum adjuster licensing standards to ensure appropriate consumer protections are in place with the implementation of the use of "designated home state."
  7. Monitor and assess the state implementation of the Uniform Licensing Standards and update the standards, as needed.
  8. Review and update, as needed, the NAIC's uniform producer and adjuster licensing applications and uniform appointment form.
  9. Coordinate with the Market Information Systems (D) Task Force and the Antifraud (D) Task Force to evaluate and make recommendations regarding the entry, retention and use of data in the NAIC's Market Information Systems.