Dilweg Pulls Controversial Climate Plan at NAIC Meeting

November 2008
Best's Review;Nov2008, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p89
Trade Publication
The article reports on the postponement of the controversial climate risk disclosure plan pursued by National Association of Insurance Commissioner (NAIC) Sean Dilweg in the U.S. Dilweg has pulled off the plan to conduct further evaluation risk. The scheme has been opposed by the insurers and environmentalists.


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