NAIC President-Elect and West Virginia Insurance Commissioner Jane L. Cline and NAIC [www.naic.org] Immediate Past President and Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger respond to Vice President Joe Biden’s address at the 2009 NAIC Fall National Meeting. Biden spoke about the Administrations health care proposal and the need to create a level playing field in the insurance industry. Video Rating: 0 / 5
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From the supplier: Minnesota, North Dakota, Colorado and Virginia Departments of Insurance received accreditation for meeting National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) solvency oversight standards at the organization’s Washington, DC, summer meeting. Nine other states had previously been accredited. NAIC Pres William H. McCartney scheduled the next state accreditation vote for the winter Atlanta, GA, meeting but concealed names of states to be considered thereby saving them from admitting they may have some poor regulatory policies.
Citation Details Title: NAIC accredits Virginia, N.D., Colo. & Minn. (National Association of Insurance Commissioners, state insurance departments that meet solvency oversight standards) Author: L.H. Otis Publication:National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management (Magazine/Journal) Date: June 15, 1992 Publisher: The National Underwriter Company Issue: n24 Page: p4(1)