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September 18, 2006
Rules, Regs & Bulletins Sept. 18, 2006

Insurance Compliance Insight's weekly compendium of new and noteworthy rules, regulations & Bulletins...

A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Trial Lawyers Take a New Name

So you think you’ve had your hands full with the plaintiff’s bar up to now? Then just wait until you see the coming PR blitz from the Association of Trial Lawyers of America...
Where to Find Your Business Risks

Every business has risks. This is where you’ll find some of them...

Risk Assessment as part of the Annual Compliance Review

A number of insurance companies are recognizing and embracing the need to conduct an annual compliance risk assessment, but where to begin? Genworth Financial and AIG American General Life are taking...

Keep Suitability Best Practices Prominent

Achieving success in fixed annuity sales is one thing. Maintaining success is another, and one company’s compliance area is taking the lead in keeping its carrier’s complaint rate under 1 percent for fixed...

Insurers Still Struggling with How to Review Suitability Practices of Independent Producers

Keeping a closer eye on the suitability practices of independent producers has quickly become a best practice for some insurers, but others say they are finding it hard to accomplish even the most...
Missouri Insurance Department Reorganizes, But Doesn’t Add Securities Oversight to the Mix
Missouri has reorganized its insurance department to take on the oversight of other aspects of the financial services industry.  Under a change first announced in February and completed late last month, the state...
Insurer’s ‘Official’ Sales Material Leads to Delaware Sanctions

The sales presentation was certainly designed to be eye-catching — and therein lies the rub. Physicians Life Insurance Company of Omaha, Neb., apparently thought it had a pretty good idea...

Baltimore Life’s Captive, Independent Agents Will Weigh in on Decisions to File SARs

To David Griffin, assistant vice president and compliance officer at The Baltimore Life Insurance Company, Suspicious Activity Report filings follow a formula: high-risk-product plus red-flag equals...

Credit Scoring at the Ballot Box; Oregon Voters First to Consider Ban

The insurance industry, with considerable success, has spent the better part of a decade beating back proposals in state legislatures designed to curb or halt the use of credit scores in determining property...

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