The Second Annual Forum on

Regulatory Compliance for the Insurance Industry

Staying Compliant and Competitive in a Turbulent and Fragmented Regulatory Environment

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

About

Protect your company from costly commercial and regulatory litigation in this era of heightened scrutiny

Insurance companies that fail to meet the new standards imposed by federal and state regulators face staggering fines and massive litigation - or worse. The compliance challenges that insurers are facing continue to expand, as state regulators adopt more stringent standards and federal regulators scrutinize more aspects of the insurance industry.

ACI's Regulatory Compliance for the Insurance Industry publication will provide you with the tools you need to develop or benchmark compliance strategies that will protect your company from a fragmented regulatory minefield.

The publication will give you practical guidance on:
  • Complying with federal and state data security requirements
  • Developing a compliance plan that addresses new certification requirements for reinsurance transactions
  • Reviewing your current practices so you don't become the regulators' next target
  • Shaping compliant and cost-effective document retention policies
  • Adjusting your controls to address new anti-money laundering guidelines

Contents & Contributors

About

Protect your company from costly commercial and regulatory litigation in this era of heightened scrutiny

Insurance companies that fail to meet the new standards imposed by federal and state regulators face staggering fines and massive litigation - or worse. The compliance challenges that insurers are facing continue to expand, as state regulators adopt more stringent standards and federal regulators scrutinize more aspects of the insurance industry.

ACI's Regulatory Compliance for the Insurance Industry publication will provide you with the tools you need to develop or benchmark compliance strategies that will protect your company from a fragmented regulatory minefield.

The publication will give you practical guidance on:
  • Complying with federal and state data security requirements
  • Developing a compliance plan that addresses new certification requirements for reinsurance transactions
  • Reviewing your current practices so you don't become the regulators' next target
  • Shaping compliant and cost-effective document retention policies
  • Adjusting your controls to address new anti-money laundering guidelines

Contents & Contributors


COMPLIANCE: CHALLENGE THE NORM
Glenn Pomeroy, GE Insurance Solutions

TAKING AWAY THE TARGETS: ANALYZING AND ADDRESSING YOUR BUSINESS PRACTICES BEFORE THEY MAKE HEADLINES
Vincent L. Laurenzano, Strook & Strook & Lavan LLP

ENSURING YOUR REINSURANCE AND STRUCTURED RISK TRANSACTIONS MEET NEW REQUIREMENTS
Maxine H. Verne, SCOR Reinsurance Company
David E. Mendelsohn, DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US LLP

ESTABLISHING CLEAR INTERNAL DATA SECURITY GUIDELINES
Michael O'Neil, DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US LLP

TERRORISM INSURANCE PROGRAM
David J. Brummond, US Treasury Department

ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY IN U.S. LITIGATION
Cheryl Vollweiler, Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker, LLP

USE OF CONSUMER REPORT DATA TO MARKET AND UNDERWRITE INSURANCE
Andrew Smith, Federal Trade Commission
Anne P. Fortney, Hudson Cook, LLP

USA PATRIOT ACT: ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING RULES FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES
Gary W. Sutton, US Treasury Department

MANAGING AML RISKS: POLICY - PROCEDURES - CONTROLS
L. Kim Estrada, Western Reserve Life Assurance Company of Ohio

ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES AND CONTROLS FOR INSURANCE X PRODUCTS AND TRANSACTIONS SUBJECT TO ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING RULES Lorraine Lawlor, Office of Foreign Assets Control

DATA STANDARDS AND REGULATORY COMPLAINCE
Beth Grossman, Association for Cooperative Operations Research and Development



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