2018 Fall National Meeting
San Francisco, California
Saturday, November 17, 2018
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Continental 6-Hilton-Ballroom Level

Travel Insurance Model Act - August 6, 2018

National Flood Insurance Program Desk Reference

Memo on Private Flood Insurance Data

Overview of Lender-Place Insurance Products, Markets and Issues June 2013
Birny Birnbaum

Presentations at Property and Casualty Insurance (C) Committee at NAIC Summer National Meeting

Property and Casualty
Insurance (C) Committee Public Hearing on Catastrophe Issues

Public Hearing on Private Lender-Placed Insurance
Thursday, August 9, 2012
1:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET

Audio AUDIO: August 9, 2012 Joint C & D Committee Private Lender-Placed Insurance Meeting

Credit Based Insurance Scoring Symposium November 5, 2011

A Consumer's Guide to Earthquake Insurance

Property and Casualty Insurance (C) Committee
September 30, 2010 Public Hearing

Presentations

Testimony and Comments Received

Sept. 23, 2009 Property and Casualty Insurance (C) Committee and Market Regulation and Consumer Affairs (D) Committee Public Hearing on Credit Scoring

Comments Received on the Concept of Regulating Entities Providing Credit-Based Insurance Scores as Advisory Organizations:

June 15, 2009 Public Hearing: The Use of Credit-Based Insurance Scores

Comments Received after the June 15, 2009 Hearing

April 30 Public Fact-Finding Hearing on the Use of Credit-Based Insurance Scores

Attachments to Submitted Testimony

Supplement Testimony Submitted

Natural Catastrophe Risk:
Creating a Comprehensive National Plan Adopted by the Committee June 15, 2009

Medical Professional Liability Closed Claim Reporting Model Law

12/01/07 Public Hearing Regarding Use of Catastrophe Modeling by Rating Agencies

9/28/07 Public Hearing Regarding Catastrophe Modeling

9/24/07 Public Hearing Regarding Coastal Issues

Standards for Monitoring Compulsory Auto Insurance and Financial Responsibility Laws

2006 Resolution Supporting Catastrophe Legislation

Related NAIC Publications

Contacts

Property and Casualty Insurance (C) Committee

 

2019 Charges

PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE (C) COMMITTEE

The mission of the Property and Casualty Insurance (C) Committee is to: 1) monitor and respond to problems associated with the products, delivery and cost in the property/casualty (P/C) insurance market and the surplus lines market as they operate with respect to individual persons and businesses; 2) monitor and respond to problems associated with financial reporting matters for P/C insurers that are of interest to regulatory actuaries and analysts; and 3) monitor and respond to problems associated with the financial aspects of the surplus lines market.

Ongoing Support of NAIC Programs, Products or Services

  1. The Property and Casualty Insurance (C) Committee will:
    1. Discuss issues arising and make recommendations with respect to advisory organization and insurer filings for personal and commercial lines, as needed. Report yearly.
    2. Monitor the activities of the Casualty Actuarial and Statistical (C) Task Force.
    3. Monitor the activities of the Surplus Lines (C) Task Force.
    4. Monitor the activities of the Title Insurance (C) Task Force.
    5. Monitor the activities of the Workers' Compensation (C) Task Force.
    6. Provide an impartial forum for considering appeals of adverse decisions involving alien insurers delisted or rejected for listing to the Quarterly Listing of Alien Insurers. Appeal procedures are described in the International Insurers Department (IID) Plan of Operation.
    7. Monitor and review developments in case law and rehabilitation proceedings related to risk-retention groups (RRGs). If warranted, make appropriate changes to the Risk Retention and Purchasing Group Handbook.
    8. Monitor the activities of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (FCIC) that affect state insurance regulators:
      1. Serve as a forum for discussing issues related to the interaction of federal crop insurance programs with state insurance regulation.
      2. Review law changes and court decisions and, if warranted, make appropriate changes to the Federal Crop Insurance Program Handbook: A Guide for Insurance Regulators.
      3. Monitor the regulatory information exchanges between the FCIC and state insurance regulators, as well as the FCIC and the NAIC, and make recommendations for improvement or revisions, as needed.
    9. Review findings in the pet insurance white paper and consider whether any additional regulatory activities are warranted, including the possibility of drafting a model law or guideline.
  2. The Advisory Organization Examination Oversight (C) Working Group will:
    1. Revise the protocols, as necessary, for the examination of national or multistate advisory organizations (includes rating organizations and statistical agents) to be more comprehensive, efficient and possibly less frequent than the current system of single-state exams. Solicit input and collaboration from other interested and affected committees and task forces.
    2. Monitor the data reporting and data-collection processes of advisory organizations (including rating organizations and statistical agents) to determine if they are implementing appropriate measures to ensure data quality. Report the results of this ongoing charge as needed.
    3. Actively assist with and coordinate multistate examinations of advisory organizations (including rating organizations and statistical agents).
  3. The Cannabis Insurance (C) Working Group will:
    1. Consider the insurance regulatory issues surrounding the legalized cannabis business, including availability and scope of coverage, workers’ compensation issues, and consumer information and protection. The Working Group will develop a white paper outlining the issues and containing recommendations for the development of regulatory guidance as appropriate. The Working Group will complete its work by first quarter 2020.
  4. The Catastrophe Insurance (C) Working Group will:
    1. Monitor and recommend measures to improve the availability and affordability of insurance and reinsurance related to catastrophe perils for personal and commercial lines.
    2. Evaluate potential state, regional and national programs to increase capacity for insurance and reinsurance related to catastrophe perils.
    3. Monitor and assess proposals that address disaster insurance issues at the federal and state levels. Assess concentration-of-risk issues and whether a regulatory solution is needed.
    4. Provide a forum for discussing issues and recommending solutions related to insuring for catastrophe risk, including terrorism, war and natural disasters.
    5. Provide a forum for discussing various issues related to catastrophe modeling, and monitor issues that will result in changes to the Catastrophe Computer Modeling Handbook.
    6. Investigate and recommend ways the NAIC can assist states in responding to disasters, and discuss issues surrounding loss mitigation. Update the State Disaster Response Plan, as needed, so that it provides a blueprint for action by the states to respond to catastrophic events.
    7. Collect and analyze National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) data, and create a best practices document to help facilitate the private flood insurance market.
    8. Study, in coordination with other NAIC task forces and working groups, earthquake matters of concern to state insurance regulators. Consider various innovative earthquake insurance coverage options aimed at improving take-up rates.
  5. The Climate Change and Global Warming (C) Working Group will:
    1. Review the enterprise risk management (ERM) efforts by carriers and how they may be affected by climate change and global warming.
    2. Investigate and receive information regarding the use of modeling by carriers and their reinsurers concerning climate change and global warming.
    3. Review the impact of climate change and global warming on insurers through presentations by interested parties.
    4. Investigate sustainability issues and solutions related to the insurance industry.
    5. Review innovative insurer solutions to climate change, including new insurance products through presentations by interested parties.
  6. The Lender-Placed Insurance Model Act (C) Working Group will:
    1. Complete the drafting and adoption of a new model law concerning lender-placed insurance as it relates to mortgages.
  7. The Terrorism Insurance Implementation (C) Working Group will:
    1. Coordinate the NAIC’s efforts to address insurance coverage for acts of terrorism. Work with the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Terrorism Risk Insurance Program
    2. (TRIP) Office on matters of mutual concern. Discuss long-term solutions to address the risk of loss from acts of terrorism.
    3. Review and report on data collection related to insurance coverage for acts of terrorism.
  8. The Transparency and Readability of Consumer Information (C) Working Group will:
    1. Study and evaluate actions that will improve the capacity of consumers to comparison shop on the basis of differences in coverage provided by different insurance carriers offering personal lines products.
    2. Systematize and improve presale disclosures of coverage.
    3. Increase consumer accessibility to different carriers’ policy forms on a presale basis. The Working Group should consider all possible avenues of accessibility, including state insurance department websites, the NAIC, insurance companies and the possibility of presale provision of complete policy language.
    4. Facilitate consumers’ capacity to understand the content of insurance policies and assess differences in insurers’ policy forms. The Working Group should consider: 1) implementing new readability rules as suggested by the Market Regulation and Consumer Affairs (D) Committee; 2) promoting consistent, clear and logical formatting and organization of all policies; and 3) any other measures that would improve the intellectual accessibility of policy forms.
    5. Develop a shopping tool for homeowners, renters and business owners on flood insurance coverage, and work with state insurance regulators to develop a standardized website and flood bulletin to assist consumers who have questions regarding flood insurance.
    6. Study and discuss whether there is a need for consumer disclosures regarding significant premium increases on property/casualty (P/C) insurance products.
    7. Update A Shopping Tool for Homeowners Insurance and A Shopping Tool for Automobile Insurance.


NAIC Support Staff: Aaron Brandenburg/Kris DeFrain



Audio AUDIO FILES: Each audio file is approximately 30 minutes in length unless otherwise noted.

Public Hearing on Proposed Risk Classification Data Call and Other Risk Classification Tools

Public Hearing on Credit Scoring

Public Fact-Finding Hearing on the Use of Credit-Based Insurance Scores

Public Hearing Regarding Catastrophe Modeling

Public Hearing Regarding Coastal Issues