Maine Gov. John Baldacci has nominated Mila Kofman to be the state’s top insurance regulator.
Baldacci, a Democrat, is recommending that Kofman be the superintendent of the Maine Bureau of Insurance.
If confirmed by the Maine Legislature, Kofman would succeed Alessandro Iuppa, who stepped down during the middle of his latest 5-year term to work in the Washington office of Zurich North America.
Kofman would serve until April 2009, the end of what would have been Iuppa’s term as superintendent.