Regulation plays an outsized role in the development of the auto insurance sector. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have seen an even higher than usual impact from wild fluctuations in rates, claims, premiums, and consumer reimbursements, to activities impacting the industry itself.
Lori Dreaver Munn
Lori Dreaver Munn is Government Relations and Compliance Manager at AAIS. She is a regulatory compliance legal analyst with over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry with an emphasis on compliance and new program development. She specializes in summarizing state regulatory requirements; managing rate, rule, and underwriting manuals; and competitive and other product research, and analyses. She is a key member on two initiatives within AAIS to modernize regulatory reporting including using artificial intelligence to improve compliance filings and openIDL, an open blockchain network that streamlines regulatory reporting and provides new insights for insurers, while enhancing timeliness, accuracy, and value for regulators. She is a Member of the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals (AICP), having served as president, regional director and treasurer of the AICP’s Western Chapter, and has been a contributing writer for the AICP journal and blog. She is a graduate of Arizona State University with an Arizona property and casualty producers license and has developed longstanding relationships with state insurance departments.
How Regulation is Impacting Auto Insurance
Feb 16, 2022 / by Lori Dreaver Munn posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Insurance News/Current Events, Regulatory/Compliance, P&C Insurers, Auto, Commercial Auto, Legislation & Regulation, AAIS News & Views, AAIS Insights, Personal Auto, Regulation, Insurance Line of Business, auto insurance, GLC
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