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NY Insurance Superintendent Serio Resigns

New York Superintendent of Insurance Gregory Serio has resigned to take a job in the private sector. Governor George Pataki (R) will nominate former Republican...
January 6, 2005

New York Superintendent of Insurance Gregory Serio has resigned to take a job in the private sector. Governor George Pataki (R) will nominate former Republican assemblyman Howard Mills, who was trounced by incumbent Sen. Charles Schumer (D) in a recent race for U.S. Senate, to be the next superintendent. Serio has served as the state's insurance chief since first being nominated by Pataki in April 2001. He has taken an active role in defense of state regulation of insurance with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). The New York State Senate, which is controlled by Republicans, must confirm the appointment of Mills. Outside of politics, Mills has worked as a business consultant to the telecommunications industry and is currently the business development and public relations officer for the Myles Financial Services Group in Florida, New York.

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