National association of insurance commissioners (naic)
Head of op risk discusses concerns about the Orsa and third parties
States concerned over use of ‘deregulatory' valuation approach
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US state regulators are worried the Federal Insurance Office is exceeding its remit
Post-crisis reforms take supervision to the wrong level
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Long-awaited report proposes reforms to US state and federal practices
New York commissioner publicly breaks ranks claiming new system will be ineffective
US state regulators warn of ‘two-tier’ system developing
FIO must not become an insurance regulator, says NAIC chief
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Fears that global cooperation and coordination initiative is evolving into strict regulatory regime
European life insurers are particularly challenged by Orsa implementation, finds survey
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