Wolters Kluwer: Keeping Track, Providing Tools

September 2011
Best's Review;Sep2011, Vol. 112 Issue 5, p92
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of regulatory agencies on the insurance industry. It states that technological solution provider Wolters Kluwer Financial Services sees a continuous increase of regulatory activities that concern the industry. According to senior compliance counsel Kathy Donovan, some of the key model laws were revised by the National Association of Insurance Commission (NAIC) to incorporate more risk-identification elements.


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