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    The Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues of 2018
    (Recorded Webinar September 4 & 5, 2019) Join Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, as she presents her results on both Property & Casualty and Life & Health market conduct issues from 2018.
    Why the Climate is Changing for General Insurance Regulation
    (Published December 4, 2017) Twelve years ago, in the U.K., general insurance firms and brokers found themselves on the receiving end of statutory regulation, which at the time must have felt like a significant shift from the previous regime. However, compared to the wave of regulatory change that has been aimed at the life and pensions sectors in this period, general insurance has had a relatively quiet time of things, and firms have been largely left to get on with running their businesses. However, recent developments suggest that this is all changing, and that the sector is going to be facing some tough challenges ahead. Martyn Oughton reports.
    Updates on Drones
    (Published July 22, 2016) ISO made a countrywide filing and received approval for various Commercial General Liability and Umbrella endorsements providing drone coverage. In addition, ISO has also developed Inland Marine non-filed classes endorsements for property related exposures. New FAA rule to allow operation for small unmanned Aircraft Systems in the National Airspace System for non-recreational and non-hobby (commercial) purposes.
    What Happens when Underwriting Guidelines are Marked Confidential in Texas
    (Published November 16, 2015) The Texas Department of Insurance recently issued a bulletin outlining the process it follows when an insurer requests confidentiality of the underwriting guidelines submitted with a filing for personal auto or residential property policies. This bulletin follows a ruling issued by the Attorney General’s office back in January of 2014, which found that an insurer’s underwriting guidelines for residential property policies are not considered confidential under the Texas Insurance Code. Bulletin B-0021-15, issued on September 11, 2015, reminds insurers of the ruling by the AG and provides information about how the DOI handles these confidentiality requests.
    Top 10 Insurance Market Conduct Issues - PROPERTY & CASUALTY - 2015 Webinar Slides
    Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, presented these slides during a webinar to provide an in-depth review of the most frequent market conduct issues from 2014 in the property and casualty insurance industry.
    Complimentary Insurance Webinars: The Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues for the Year
    (Live Webinars November 3 and 5, 2015) Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, hosts two webinars to provide an in-depth review of the most frequent market conduct issues from 2014. These webinars are a must for insurance compliance professionals seeking to understand what the regulators are looking for during an examination.
    Updates to Trends in California and Iowa
    (Published April 6, 2015) New update to the California AB 1804 under section 396 insurers are required to maintain a verifiable process that allows a policyholder to designate one additional person to receive notice of lapse, termination, expiration, nonrenewal or cancellation of a policy for nonpayment of premium.
    What’s Next for TRIA?
    (Published December 23, 2014) Failed renewal of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) has put the U.S. Congress under steady criticism from commercial lines insurers leaving them without a Federal “backstop” for terrorism coverage and potentially large risk exposure.
    The Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues for Property & Casualty for 2013
    (Recorded October 23, 2014) Hear Kathy Donovan provide her in-depth review of the Top 10 Market Conduct issues from 2013 to avoid within the Property & Casualty Insurance Industry.
    Update on TRIA Renewal Legislation
    (Published September 8, 2014) The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate have both approved terrorism insurance renewal bills that are extensions of the previous Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 that is set to expire at the end of 2014.
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