Insurance Regulation

Thursday, February 27 to Friday, February 28, 2014
The Carlton Hotel, New York, NY

American Conference Institute’s 8th National Forum on

INSURANCE REGULATION

February 27 – 28, 2014 • The Carlton Hotel • New York, NY


ATTENTION INSURANCE REGULATION PROFESSIONAL:

The dynamics have changed in the industry with:
• Federal v. state regulation of insurance
• Dodd-Frank and insurance
• NRRA
• Reinsurance regulation reform including solvency modernization
• Captives, and ILS issues including side cars and other vehicles used

That is why you cannot afford to miss American Conference Institute’s 8th Insurance Regulation Summit. In addition to unparalleled networking opportunities, this conference will provide attendees with the latest insights and expert advice from our exceptional faculty including on:

• Transparency developments in principle-based reserving and state regulation of insurance company-owned captives and special purpose vehicles
• The latest on Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and planning and preparing for “Own Risk and Solvency Assessment”
• The Amended Model Insurance Holding Company Act
• Corporate governance initiatives: what to expect from the NAIC’s highly anticipated Model Law
• Reinsurance regulatory modernization: NRRA, revised credit for reinsurance standards, qualified jurisdictions, and the latest in reduced reinsurance collateral provisions
• The latest strides towards a common global solvency standard and updates on international standards for insurance accounting, financial reporting, liability valuation and disclosure
• Group supervision, systemic risk and ComFrame: how ICPs are impacting convergence toward a globally consistent supervisory framework, and how will ComFrame change the supervision of internationally active insurance groups
• Proceeding through uncertainty in 2014: the present and future of terrorism coverage, assessing the implications of non-renewal of TRIA, and the latest on federal flood insurance programs and Hurricane Sandy mediation programs and legislation
• Regulatory implications of insurer use of social media
• Insurance advertising compliance: a practical guide to ensuring effective, successful and compliant advertising
• E-Insurance: recent challenges and avoiding common pitfalls in the electronic signature and delivery of insurance documentation
• Unclaimed property: recent unprecedented pressure to adhere to unclaimed property regulations and ensuring compliance with increasingly complicated state standards and requirements

This event will fi ll up quickly, so register now by calling 1-888-224-2480, faxing your registration form to 1-877-927-1563, or registering online at