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Some Commissioners Want NAIFA to Reconsider Its New Policy on Optional Federal Charters
A group of state insurance commissioners wants the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisers (NAIFA) to reconsider a policy it adopted in January 2004...
OCC Tells National Banks: Don't Stonewall Complaints From States
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has issued an advisory letter that says banks and their operating subsidiaries should act quickly to...
Study Finds Detroit Most Expensive, Nashville Cheapest for Auto Insurance
A new study published in USA Today illustrates that where a person lives has a big influence on how much it can cost to insure...
State Farm Lowers Auto Rates in Ten States
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. said it's lowering auto rates in ten states. State Farm customers in the following states will see decreases in...
NAIC D.C. Symposium Focuses on Solvency Issues
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) held a meeting in Washington, D.C. on February 23 and 24 to discuss state regulatory options to ensure...
NAIC President to Focus Efforts on Capitol Hill
NAIC President and South Carolina Insurance Director Ernst Csiszar says with Congress contemplating introducing legislation on federal oversight of insurance, he expects to focus mostly...
PIA Comments to NAIC Subgroup on Fingerprints
A Subgroup of the NAIC Producer Licensing Working Group is considering whether and how to standardize fingerprint-based background checks across the states. Some of...
Sen. Jim Bunning to Address PIA Federal Legislative Summit
WASHINGTON, February 27, 2004 - Senator Jim Bunning (R-Kentucky) will address insurance agents March 25 during the annual federal legislative summit held by the National...
PIA Participates in CEO Roundtable on TRIA Renewal
On February 20, PIA attended a meeting of the Insurance CEO Roundtable's discussion on renewal of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA). PIA's views were...
Court Upholds "Do Not Call"
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver issued a ruling that upholds the national Do Not Call registry. The court rejected arguments brought in...