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Early NAIC Analysis Sheds Light on Cybersecurity Insurance Data
Task Force to review full report at Summer National Meeting
John M. Huff
NAIC President and Missouri Insurance Director & Insurance John M. Huff
NAIC President
and Missouri Insurance Director
Adam Hamm, NAIC Cybersecurity Task Force chair and North Dakota Insurance CommissionerAdam Hamm
NAIC Cybersecurity Task Force Chair and North Dakota Insurance Commissioner
The NAIC announced the collection of filings indicating more than 500 insurers have provided businesses and individuals with cyber insurance. The vast majority of these coverages were written as endorsements to commercial and personal policies. These insurers also reported direct written premium of nearly $484 million for stand-alone policies and approximately $1 billion in cybersecurity package policies.

Based on the Cybersecurity and Identity Theft Coverage Supplement created in 2015, the NAIC sought U.S. insurers' annual statements to gather financial data on insurers writing cyber risk coverage. The NAIC data also provides information on policy counts and loss experience.

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NAIC Releases Brexit Statement
John M. Huff, NAIC President and Missouri Insurance Director
"State insurance regulators and the NAIC are closely monitoring global financial markets and the potential impact on U.S. insurers operating in the U.K. and the European Union. The NAIC has released information and analysis on the Brexit situation and is coordinating a variety of efforts by state insurance regulators, including ongoing communications with the UK Prudential Regulation Authority and other European insurance regulators. We are committed to working with our industry and European regulatory counterparts to help ensure insurance consumers continue to be well-served and protected through this period of transition."
NAIC-Financial Services Agency, Japan Bilateral Meeting
John M. Huff, NAIC President and Missouri Insurance Director, (pictured: left) met with the Financial Services Agency of Japan (FSA) Commissioner Nobuchika Mori (pictured: right), the FSA Vice Minister for International Affairs Masamichi Kono, and FSA Vice Commissioner for International Affairs, Ryozo Himino. The discussion included ongoing International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) and Financial Stability Board (FSB) initiatives in the areas of the Global Insurance Capital Standard, global systemically important insurer (G-SII) assessment methodology and areas of further cooperation and collaboration on the supervision of cross border insurance groups.
U.S. Insurance Regulators Assume International Insurance Leadership Roles
NAIC members to serve on key international insurance committees

Members of the NAIC participated in committee meetings and stakeholder dialogue of the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS).

“Our international work is critical to consumer protection here in the states; it is also important for ensuring a level playing field for our domestic companies,” said John M. Huff, NAIC President and Missouri Insurance Director. “These individuals, along with all regulators and NAIC staff, are to be commended for their on-going contributions to support global financial stability.”

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NAIC: Life Insurance Revamp Arriving
Association Prepares to Implement Principle-Based Reserving

The NAIC adopted a recommendation that will activate principle-based reserving (PBR) starting on Jan. 1, 2017. The recommendation from the PBR Implementation Task Force follows an extensive analysis of amended Standard Valuation Laws passed by 45 states, representing nearly 80 percent of the U.S life insurance market. 

“This is an historic accomplishment for the state-based system of insurance regulation that marks the beginning of a new policy valuation system that can adapt to new and innovative life insurance products benefiting consumers and life insurers,” said John M. Huff, NAIC President and Missouri Insurance Director.

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