This writer argues there is considerable room for improvement when it comes to educating regulators about the insurance industry. (Photo: iStock)

The relationship between insurers and regulators has always been challenging.

This is true for any number of reasons, some of which are understandable given the nature of the roles that regulators perform, and the sheer number of requirements across the U.S. For instance, an approach to policy pricing that’s approved by regulators in one state can be identified as problematic in another.

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