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March 24, 2008
Print Version of All Articles in March 24 ICI
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IRS’s Head of AML Exams Tells Companies to Focus on Risk
A senior IRS executive has told ICI that the insurance exams are being conducted under the same Bank Secrecy Act and exam rules that apply to banks and won't be shared with other insurers....
FinCEN Updates Insurance AML Guidance; Issues Warnings About Iran, Cyprus, Uzbekistan
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has updated its anti-money laundering guidelines to insurance companies, and issued three advisories about money laundering threats in three countries....
Salary Survey Closes Tuesday; Look for ICI’s Exclusive Report March 31

The pools close soon on ICI's annual compliance salary survey. We'll release results March 31....

Florida Seeks to Revoke American General’s License for Mixing Travel, Underwriting
Florida has moved to revoke or suspend the license of American General Life Insurance Company because the carrier considers an applicant’s lawful travel plans during its underwriting process....
Credit Scores Getting Scrutiny Again As Michigan, Connecticut, Fitch, Congress All Take Another Look
Insurers’ use of consumer credit information is getting renewed interest in the legislatures of several states, and in Congress, but insurers are presenting a unified front to defeat the bills. In a related development, a national rating service is suggesting Massachusetts allow the use of credit scores....
Up to 400,000 Florida Property Policies Could Move from Insurer of Last Resort to Private Market
As many as 400,000 Florida property owners could soon be moved from Citizens Property Insurance Corp. to 10 insurance companies operating in the private sector....
Five States Are Tops in Latest Ranking of Tort Climates
Alaska, Mississippi, Ohio, Tennessee and Utah as the states with the best overall legal climates in the country, a national research group says....
Son of Scruggs Enters Guilty Plea in Bribery Case
Attorney David Zachary Scruggs, like his father “Dickie,” has pleaded guilty to charges related to his role in the bribery of a Mississippi circuit court judge....
Help Wanted March 24, 2008
Selective Insurance is seeking an HR documentation and compliance manager....
Rules, Regs & Bulletins March 24, 2008

A summary of recent regulatory developments and legislation....