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PIA Signs Letter of Support for Seat Belt Bill
As a coalition member with Advocates for Auto and Highway Safety, PIA National has signed a letter urging the U.S. Senators to co-sponsor S. 1993,...
I.I.I. Issues Groundhog Day Insurance Forecast
Each year before Groundhog Day, the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.) invites a panel of Wall Street stock analysts and industry professionals to issue a forecast...
Survey of CEOs Shows Concern About Terrorism Falls
A survey of 1,400 risk analysts, chief executives and economists conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers ranked over-regulation, increased competition, currency fluctuations, deflation and the loss of key...
Bush Pushes AHPs, Kennedy to Introduce Employer Health Bill
In his State of the Union address, President Bush renewed his call for Congress to pass legislation allowing for the creation of Association Health Plans...
PIA Article on National Standards Published in the National Underwriter
A major article outlining PIA's position on national standards by PIA Senior Vice President Patricia A. Borowski appears in this week's editions of the National...
PIA Lauds Rep. Kelly's Call for OCC to Justify Its Preemption Rules
WASHINGTON, January 23, 2004 - The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA National) today lauded Rep. Sue Kelly (R-New York) for demanding that the...
AIG's Greenberg Supports Optional Federal Charter
In remarks at a joint industry forum in New York, AIG Chairman and CEO Maurice Greenberg said he has been advocating for an optional federal...
Arthur I. Moll Scholarship Awarded
PIA of New York has announced that Nicole DeVito will receive its Arthur I. Moll Memorial Scholarship award this week during its Metropolitan Regional Awareness...
PIA Advises The Brookings Institute
One of the nation's most influential public policy "think tanks" is formalizing its involvement in insurance related issues and has asked PIA to participate. The...
Ranchers Mad as RMA Suspends Cattle Insurance Program After Mad Cow Discovered
A livestock group is demanding to know why the federal Risk Management Agency (RMA) stopped sales of new policies for an insurance program for cattle...