NAMIC’s Compliance Alerts give member company compliance personnel a quick “heads up” on important developments in insurance compliance that may require companies to take action – whether making a filing, responding to a data call, or changing a form or procedure – with a short deadline. Users can subscribe to have alerts emailed directly to them and can select as many or as few states as they like. Each alert identifies the state from which it originates, the line(s) of business affected, a short synopsis of the content, the compliance-related impact or actions that companies may need to take, important contact information, and the deadline or due date. Subscribing to NAMIC’s Compliance Alerts is a great way to stay on top of important compliance news.
January 16, 2020 The Maryland Insurance Administration has issued Bulletin 20-02, requiring that MIA authorized insurers provide company contact information and other information to be used by... Read more
January 15, 2020 Circular G-20-1 identifies important information and due dates for the North Carolina Rate... Read more
January 14, 2020 In the wake of recent severe storms affecting the state, the Georgia Office of the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner has issued Directive 20-EX-2, reminding... Read more
January 14, 2020 The Iowa Insurance Division has issued a data call by email to conduct an evaluation of... Read more
January 9, 2020 The New York Department of Financial Services has issued a special Section 308 survey regarding the scope and financial impact of ransomware attacks for which insureds under a... Read more
Compliance alerts and compliance advisories are provided as a resource to assist members of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) with compliance research. They should not be considered legal advice and should not be exclusively relied upon for business, legal, or compliance decisions. Please consult your compliance and legal representatives.