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The National Association of Insurance Commissioners announced late Friday that its CEO, Therese M. (Terri) Vaughan, would be leaving earlier than expected, on Nov. 30 rather than in 2013′s first quarter, and that Andrew Beal would become acting CEO until a leader is hired.

Beal has been with the NAIC for 13 years and currently serves as the NAIC’s chief operating officer and chief legal officer. He previously served as interim CEO for about six to seven months between Cathy Weaterford’s tenure and Vaughan’s assumption of the post. 

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