NAMIC Stresses Need for State Regulatory Reform

Alldredge, Neil
November 2008
Best's Review;Nov2008, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p91
Trade Publication
The article reports on the efforts of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) to pursue the state regulatory reform for them mutual insurers in the U.S. According to NAMIC vice president Jim Grande, reforming the state regulations is important in addressing the needs of the local insurers. NAMIC is also planning to expand the National Flood Insurance Program to remove the credit-based insurance scoring.


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