NCOIL Market Conduct Model Receives Airing

A proposed market conduct model law is opening up a discussion on how to balance consumer protections, state regulatory authority, and costs and administrative burdens on insurers.

State insurance legislators are currently fine-tuning a draft of the Market Conduct Surveillance Model Law being developed by the National Conference of Insurance Legislators, Albany, N.Y.

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