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Will the EU realize that U.S. states have a place in the federal insurance regulatory system?

The Obama administration announced Nov. 20 its plans to negotiate a covered agreement with the European Union (EU) to deal with the potential impact of Solvency II on U.S. insurers.

A new and unconventional federal tool in the insurance regulatory world, the covered agreement could lead to the preemption of state insurance laws across the country with little or no ability for the states or even Congress to stop it.

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