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Urias to Lead International Team
Sen. Ben Nelson, NAIC Chief Executive OfficerSen. Ben Nelson
NAIC Chief Executive Officer
The NAIC announced it has hired Christina Urias to the newly created position of International Insurance Regulatory Affairs Managing Director. This position reports directly to the CEO and has responsibility for NAIC international staff in Washington, D.C., New York City and Kansas City, Mo.

“Christina brings to the position an extensive network within the international insurance community,” said Senator Ben Nelson, NAIC CEO. “She has a proven ability to represent U.S. policy interests abroad through the promotion of strategic diplomatic relationships. Her advice will serve our members exceptionally well.”

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NAIC Names 2015 Committee Leadership
Monica J. Lindeen
NAIC President and State Auditor Montana Office of the Commissioner of Securities & Insurance Monica J. Lindeen
NAIC President and Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance
The NAIC has named its 2015 committee chairs and vice chairs, and assigned members to the organization's standing committees.

“The strength of the NAIC is our membership, where we are fortunate to possess both depth and breadth of regulatory expertise,” said Monica Lindeen, NAIC President and Montana Insurance Commissioner. “I'm confident the 2015 committee leadership will go far in helping to achieve the NAIC's 2015 regulatory priorities.”

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NAIC Releases Annual Homeowners Insurance Report
The NAIC today released its 2012 Homeowners Insurance Report, providing data on market distribution and average cost by policy form and insurance amount.

The report includes national and state-specific premium and exposure information for non-commercial dwelling fire insurance and for homeowners insurance package policies. It also contains data descriptions and a discussion about the way certain economic, demographic and natural phenomena impact the price of homeowners insurance.

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NAIC Applauds Passage of TRIA & NARAB II
The NAIC commends the U.S. Congress for passing legislation to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) which provides a federal backstop to insurers in the event of a catastrophic terrorist attack. Also included in the legislative package was legislation long supported by the NAIC creating the National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers (NARAB II). NARAB II is designed to streamline the non-resident licensing process for insurance agents and brokers while preserving state regulatory authorities that protect consumers.

"We commend the 114th Congress for taking action so quickly to reinstate this critical program," said Monica J. Lindeen, NAIC President and Montana Insurance Commissioner. "Both TRIA and NARAB II have been priorities for the NAIC, and their passage this week is a reflection of the strong bipartisan support in Congress for both initiatives."

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