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November 21, 2019 The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services has issued Bulletin 2019-24-INS, attaching the personal injury protection and... Read more
November 21, 2019 The Kentucky Department of Insurance has issued 2020 Company Appointment Renewal instructions via the National Insurance Producer Registry. The notice contains important... Read more
November 21, 2019 The Georgia Department of Revenue released a notice regarding the process for obtaining a salvage certificate of title when a company is unable to... Read more
November 19, 2019 The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance has issued Bulletin 19-10, providing guidance to insurers regarding the DOBI’s potential regulatory activity prior to or following a disaster or... Read more
November 19, 2019 The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance has issued Order A19-113, mandating that New Jersey domestic insurers and foreign insurers writing, on a group basis, gross direct premiums of $50 million or more in... Read more
Compliance alerts and compliance advisories are provided as a resource to assist members of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) with compliance research. They should not be considered legal advice and should not be exclusively relied upon for business, legal, or compliance decisions. Please consult your compliance and legal representatives.