NCOIL: Impacting State Insurance Policy
Nov. 3, 2014
Noon-1:00 p.m. Eastern

 
Speaker:
State Rep. George Keiser (N.D.)

Moderator:
Nancy Bennett, Senior Life Fellow, American Academy of Actuaries

WEBINAR RESOURCES
 

DETAILS

The National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) is an organization of state legislators whose main area of public policy concern is insurance legislation and regulation. Many legislators active in NCOIL either chair or are members of the committees responsible for insurance legislation in their respective statehouses. In this webinar, former NCOIL President Rep. George Keiser will discuss how NCOIL contributes to the development of insurance policy at the state level.

The webinar covered:
  • NCOIL’s mission, structure and governance;
  • How NCOIL impacts state insurance policy;
  • Current state insurance issues (international, property/casualty, health, pension and life); and
  • The role that industry, consumers and other stakeholders play with NCOIL.
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER


Rep. George Keiser

 
Rep. Keiser has represented Bismarck in the North Dakota House of Representatives since 1993 and has chaired its Industry, Business & Labor Committee for 13 years. He was NCOIL president from 2011 to 2012 and has led various NCOIL committees and subcommittees. Rep. Keiser was recently appointed to the Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance.



ABOUT OUR MODERATOR

Nancy Bennett
 
Nancy Bennett, MAAA, FSA, CERA; Senior Life Fellow, American Academy of Actuaries

Bennett has been the senior life fellow of the American Academy of Actuaries since March 2009. Bennett was employed by Ameriprise Financial in Minneapolis from 2005 to 2008. As vice president and head of enterprise risk management, she led the effort to implement the company’s enterprise risk management processes. Prior to joining Ameriprise Financial, she was a consulting actuary specializing in financial risk management for Milliman and Aon, both in Chicago. Before consulting, Bennett was with Minnesota Mutual for 18 years, where she served as the company’s appointed actuary.