Despite positive response from the Beach Plan’s accountant, the North Carolina Beach Plan staff decided earlier this week to take “no action” regarding an industry proposal that would resolve the surplus accounting issue, thus punting the issue back to the Beach Plan board. This decision means that for the third quarter individual companies and their accountants will have to decide how to deal with this issue.
Local intelligence suggests that Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin is sympathetic to industry concerns; however, as of this writing, Commissioner Goodwin has not asked the Beach Plan board to act on the industry’s proposed solution.
The Beach Plan board is scheduled to meet on Nov. 9. If your company is concerned about the surplus accounting issue, NAMIC urges you to write board members to ask them to resolve this issue. Letters should be submitted to:
Tom Falkenbach, Chairman
North Carolina Insurance Underwriting Association
3100 Interstate North Circle, Suite 500
Atlanta, GA 30339
Letters should include the following points:
Liz Reynolds, NAMIC’s state affairs manager for North Carolina, is out of the office until Monday. Should you have questions between now and then, please contact Joe Thesing, NAMIC’s assistant vice president of state affairs, at email@example.com.
Thank you for your assistance with this important issue.
Posted: Friday, October 16, 2009 12:00:00 AM. Modified: Monday, October 19, 2009 8:36:30 AM.
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