|Spring National Meeting
April 8-11, 2017
May 15-16, 2017
May 22-26, 2017
CAPITAL MARKETS &
GOVERNMENT RELATIONS &
State insurance regulators and attorneys from the NAIC are reviewing the agreement between the U.S. federal government and the European Union (EU). The review will seek to ensure consumers remain protected and U.S. companies are not competitively disadvantaged relative to foreign insurers.
Members of the NAIC offered their expertise to Congress this week as they deliberate changes to the Affordable Care Act, the financial services regulatory landscape and related insurance issues as they emerge at the federal level.
North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm addressed cybersecurity issues at Thailand's Insurance Symposium this week. The international conference, "Insurance in the Digital Age and Modern Insurance Related Issues" focused on challenges facing insurance regulators around the world in the context of evolving technology.
Members of the NAIC have joined a settlement with Anthem, Inc. reaching the required threshold of participating jurisdictions. Eighteen states reached an agreement with Anthem in response to a data breach revealed in February 2015.
Use the resources below to stay informed on the latest from Miami.
President: Wisconsin Insurance Commissioner Ted Nickel
President-Elect: Tennessee Insurance Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak
Vice President: Maine Insurance Superintendent Eric A. Cioppa
Secretary-Treasurer: Texas Insurance Commissioner David Mattax
The NAIC adopted a white paper on insurance coverage issues in the sharing economy for home rentals.
The new white paper, Insurance Implications of Home-Sharing: Regulator Insights and Consumer Awareness, outlines insurance considerations regarding home-sharing rentals.