NAIFA Remains Resolute

Panneton, Roland L.
March 2002
Advisor Today;Mar2002, Vol. 97 Issue 3, p74
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the efforts of the law department of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors concerning suitability and disclosure issues with regard to insurance in the U.S., as of March 2002. Details on a proposed suitability regulation; Consideration of comments on the Disclosure for Small Face Amount Life Insurance Policies Model Act and the Home Service Disclosure Model Act.


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