For this Regulatory Brief, AAIS sat down with Kathleen Birrane, Insurance Commissioner from the Maryland Department of Insurance, to discuss issues related to the cyber risk and insurance market.
For this Regulatory Brief, AAIS speaks with Eric Dunning, Director of the Nebraska Department of Insurance, to discuss insurtechs and the importance of the annual Insurtech on the Silicon Prairie meeting.
For this Regulatory Brief, AAIS sat down with George Bradner, Assistant Deputy Commissioner with the Connecticut Department of Insurance, to discuss the use of modern technologies to streamline processes for more efficient filings moving into 2023.
At the recent NAIC meeting in Tampa, AAIS asked Julie Holmes, Director of Rate and Forms Compliance at the Kansas Department of Insurance for an overview of upcoming changes to forms filing procedures in the State.
At the recent NAIC meeting in Tampa, Kevin Beagan, Deputy Commissioner at the Massachusetts Division of Insurance, discussed the need for standardization across the data and technology space. He also shared insights on the current challenges experienced in the healthcare market, including dental coverage.
At the recent NAIC meeting in Tampa, Florida, AAIS sat down with NAIC CEO Mike Consedine to review challenges and opportunities that emerged in 2022 and the hot topics and trends leading into 2023.
At the recent NAIC meeting in Tampa, Florida, AAIS sat down with Maine Bureau of Insurance's Property & Casualty Actuary Sandra Darby to talk upcoming trends that we can expect to see in 2023. She also shared what the NAIC Stat Working Group is currently working on and the exciting projects they plan to implement in the New Year.
Regulatory-driven statistical reporting was first established for the insurance industry by the NAIC Property & Casualty Model Rating Law some 70 years ago. And the practices and procedures that underpin insurer statistical reporting have changed little in the decades since. Now, however, statistical reporting is being modernized with the development of the open Insurance Data Link (openIDL). Dina Burgess, Manager of Enterprise Risk Applications at AAIS, talks about the need for this change and the new ease, efficiency and accuracy that characterizes modern regulatory reporting.