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May 18, 2009
 
Print Version of All Articles in May 18 ICI, Part 1
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Print Version of All Articles in May 18 ICI, Part 2
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Lawmakers, Courts, Commissioners All Taking Renewed Interest in Credit Scores
Lawmakers and insurance commissioners are taking a fresh look at how insurers use consumer credit information....
 
Auto Insurance Surcharges Remain OK, Crash Fees Banned in Florida
Personal auto insurers in Florida can continue to impose surcharges on new policyholders who have had accidents, but they won’t have to pay for the cost of police and fire departments responding to traffic accidents....
 
Key Federal Lawmaker Calls for Federal Oversight of Insurance
There will be federal regulation of insurance in some shape or form, according to the chairman of a key Congressional subcommittee....
 
Homeland Security Won’t Support Wind Coverage in Flood Program
The Obama administration opposes adding wind coverage to the National Flood Insurance Program....
 
Treasury OKs Insurer Participation in TARP
Six insurance have been given the go-ahead to participate in the federal bailout, but not all of them will be accepting the government’s invitation....
 
FinCEN Clarifies CTR Filing Requirements for Insurers
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has issued a ruling to address whether an insurance company is exempt from currency transaction reporting. The short answer: Usually....
 
Help Wanted/Looking for Work May 18, 2009
An attorney and former chief regulatory officer is seeking to hire on with a new company....
 
Rules, Regs & Bulletins May 18
A summary of recent regulatory developments and legislation....