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February 19, 2007
 
Special Report: Compliance Salary Survey – There’s Money to be Made at Life Carriers; Most In Compliance Are Satisfied with Pay

There’s a pay gap in the insurance industry for compliance professionals, but it isn’t based on gender as you might think. The results of the Insurance Compliance Insight 2006-2007 Salary Survey show that if you want to make the most money, hire on with a life insurance company....

 
Special Report: Designations Remain Popular Choices For Compliance Pros
There is no proof that obtaining a professional designation will lead to higher pay, but that hasn’t stopped many compliance professionals from getting one....
 
Special Report: Women’s Compensation Lags Nationally, But Compliance Salaries Compare Nicely
There may be a salary gap between women and men elsewhere in American business, buy that didn’t appear to be the case in insurance compliance circles last year....
 
Special Report: Companies Use Objective, Subjective Standards in Compliance Job Performance Evaluations
When it comes down to evaluating how well employees do their jobs, insurance companies are as likely to be as subjective as objective....
 
Special Report: Compliance Budgets, Resources Are Adequate, But Staffs Await Action on Unfilled Wish Lists

Compliance professionals appear to be satisfied with the resources that insurance companies are providing. But they are still pulling out their wish lists to ask for more, particularly staffing....

 
Special Report: Replacements, AML, Staffing Top 2006 Issues; Advertising, SERFF, EFT Loom in 2007
Compliance professionals used ingenuity in tackling some tough challenges during 2006 and preparing for others in 2007....
 
Special Report: Stats, Charts and Graphs
Links to the for the salary survey statistics, charts and graphs that appeared in our print edition....
 
New Massachusetts Commissioner Expected to Bring Fresh Perspective to Office
A former law partner of the governor, and current commonwealth Superior Court judge, is the new Massachusetts insurance commissioner....
 
Mississippi Homeowners, Businesses Get A Not-So-Happy Valentine from State Farm
State Farm says it will write no more new commercial or residential property insurance in Mississippi....
 
Bill Before Congress Seeks Vehicle Disclosure

A bill before Congress would require insurance companies to disclose information about vehicles declared a total loss – but the industry is opposed to a federal solution to what it says is a state issue....

 
Trade Group Sues to Quash Florida Rule
The Florida Insurance Council has filed a lawsuit seeking to block an emergency order that the state issued in January....
 
Travelers Will Be Back Under Red Umbrella
St. Paul Travelers is bringing back the red umbrella and plans to use it again to market its products....
 
Rules, Regs & Bulletins Feb. 19, 2007

A summary of the latest regulatory and legislative developments....