NU Online News Service, Aug. 16, 3:13 p.m. EDT

SEATTLE–Looking to avoid a repeat of the problems that nearly took down American International Group, a regulator said insurance commissioners are looking to state legislators to provide authority to obtain information about a holding company’s non-insurance entities.

Citing the fall of American International Group, Ann Frohman, director of the Nebraska Department of Insurance, said that while regulators are not seeking to regulate those non-insurance assets, they do need to be in a position to collect the information and make some determination if those assets can adversely affect the insurance entities.

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