Members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) have elected James Donelon to be the group’s new vice president and Michael McRaith to be the new secretary-treasurer.
The NAIC, Kansas City, Mo., held the elections to fill vacancies resulting from the fall elections.
Donelon, the Louisiana commissioner, will take the place of Kim Holland, who was unsuccessful in her bid to return as commissioner in Oklahoma.
Donelon had been elected the 2011 secretary-treasurer. McRaith, the Illinois commissioner, will fill his slot.
Donelon and McRaith will assume their duties Jan. 1, 2011, NAIC officials say.