FIO report released at last
The long-awaited Federal Insurance Office modernization report foresees a hybrid state-federal system for insurance regulation.
Lincoln Nat'l settles multistate action for $12.6M
Lincoln Financial is the latest insurer to come under the widening umbrella of the Social Security Administration’s Death Master File settlements.
Industry wary of direction on FASB insurance contracts
Insurance interests and investors expressed concern over Topic 834, and NAIC has a different view than the Federal Insurance Office.
NY fines Markel for excess premiums
The insurer will pay a $990,000 fine and more than $2.75 million in restitution.
Batons and Bullets: Protocol for insurance 'battles' developing
NAIC appears to warn department investigators to be careful out there as it develops a training program and webinar.
D.C. again rejects non-EHB policy extensions
The D.C. DISB announced that it will not permit carriers to continue renewing non-PPACA-compliant health plans for policy years starting between Jan. 1 and Oct. 1, 2014.
Sebelius rallies the troops
The HHS secretary wants enrollers to go after young, healthy uninsured people.
Too big to pardon?
NAIC cites internal controls, growing complexity and business risk for its growing size.
Minn. Fed: Captives help costs but losses could be larger
The current size of the captive sector could lead to an additional expected loss of at least $15.7 billion for the industry.
D.C. commissioner fired over 'own policy' uproar
William P. White questioned the decision to extend nonconforming policies for one year.