Committees & Activities

Executive (EX) Committee

(2015 charges as adopted on Nov. 19, 2014)

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:

  • Identify 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 2015 Commissioners Conference.—Essential
  • 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 2015 as necessary.—Essential
  • Submit reports and recommendations to NAIC members concerning the activities of its subcommittee and the standing committees. Submit report at each national meeting.—Essential
  • Consider requests from NAIC members for friend-of-the-court briefs.—Essential
  • Establish and allocate functions and responsibilities to be performed by each zone.—Essential
  • Pursuant to the Bylaws, oversee the NAIC offices to assist the organization and the individual members in achieving the goals of the organization.—Essential
  • Conduct strategic planning on an ongoing basis.—Essential
  • Plan, implement and coordinate communications and activities with the Federal Insurance Office (FIO).—Essential
  • 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.—Essential
  • Review and approve requests for development of model laws. Coordinate review of existing model laws.—Essential
  • Select NAIC national meeting sites five and six years in advance of the meeting date to ensure efficient and economical locations and facilities.—Essential
  • Review and revise, as necessary and appropriate, the criteria and categories for registrants at NAIC national meetings.—Essential


Conference Call Calendar

NAIC conference calls & interim meetings are available on the NAIC Conference Call Calendar. See NAIC's revised policy statement on open meetings.

2015 Spring National Meeting
Phoenix, Arizona
Sunday, March 29, 2015
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown—Phoenix Ballroom—3rd Level

Tuesday, March 31, 2015
9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown—Phoenix Ballroom ABC—Level 3

There are no education and training events at this time.

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There are no exposure drafts at this time.

documents and resources

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Related NAIC Publications

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General Counsel
Please see the current Committee List for a complete list of committee members.