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NAIC Holds Asia Pacific Insurance Forum
Adam Hamm, 
NAIC President and North Dakota Insurance Commissioner
Adam Hamm
NAIC President and North Dakota Insurance Commissioner

Members of the NAIC joined regulators and industry executives from Thailand, Japan, China, Australia, South Korea and Malaysia to discuss regulatory harmonization at the Asia Pacific International Forum.

“Collectively, the U.S. and Asia represent a substantial portion of the global insurance marketplace,” said Adam Hamm, NAIC President and North Dakota Insurance Commissioner. “This Forum is an opportunity for regulators in the region to collaborate with our respective industries to develop regulatory strategies that will be effective without hindering innovation.”

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Adam Hamm Appointed to Financial Stability Oversight Council

The NAIC has appointed Adam Hamm, NAIC President and North Dakota Insurance Commissioner, to a two-year term as the state insurance commissioner representative on the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC). In this role, Hamm will represent the interests of the nation’s state insurance regulators on the council.

Hamm replaces Missouri Insurance Director John M. Huff, who is stepping down after serving two terms as the state insurance commissioner representative on FSOC. Hamm's selection was ratified in an NAIC Plenary meeting.

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NAIC's Radio PSA with Amy Grant Wins Honorable Mention at Platinum PR Awards in NYC
NAIC Pushes for TRIA Reauthorization

Leadership of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) wrote to Congress in strong support for prompt action on a long-term reauthorization of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) before it expires on December 31.

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NAIC Now Accepting Applicants for 2015 Consumer Liaison Representatives
The NAIC is currently accepting applications for the 2015 Consumer Liaison Program.

Established in 1992, the Consumer Liaison Program promotes consumer representation and interaction with the NAIC members by providing a way for individuals who are qualified consumer representatives of consumer organizations to participate in NAIC meetings. The NAIC defines a consumer organization as a national, state, or local organization that serves to protect the interests of consumers as they relate to the regulation of insurance.

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NAIC Leadership Meets with Deputy Secretary Raskin
Statement from Adam Hamm, NAIC President and North Dakota Insurance Commissioner
The work of the U.S. Treasury has the potential to impact effective insurance regulation, and we appreciate Deputy Secretary Raskin taking the time today to meet with us. Issues like cyber risk, the development of global capital standard for non-bank entities and global financial stability all require a detailed understanding of our effective insurance regulatory framework. Inclusion of the state-regulatory perspective is critical, and close coordination with Ms. Raskin to build a constructive federal partnership with the states on insurance matters strengthens the U.S. position in the financial sector globally. We look forward to continuing the conversation.
NAIC-CMS Coordination Continues
Statement from Monica Lindeen, NAIC President-Elect and Montana Insurance Commissioner
Monica Lindeen, NAIC President-Elect and Montana Insurance CommissionerMonica Lindeen, NAIC President-Elect and Montana Insurance Commissioner
Today’s meeting with Administrator Tavenner was an opportunity to advance our dialogue with the administration on a number of critical issues including network adequacy, essential health benefits for 2016 and effective oversight of the activities of Navigators and assisters.  State regulators are committed to coordination with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) to ensure that health reform implementation grants states necessary flexibility to protect consumers and safeguard stable and competitive insurance markets.
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