US regulatory activity reflects steps toward more regulation and heightened scrutiny
The past few weeks have seen a flurry of insurance regulatory activity at the federal, state and international level. Individually these developments are noteworthy; taken together, they evidence the depth and breadth of changes and policy debates under way regarding the regulation of insurance. The summer months may bring time off for many, but not, it seems, for those reshaping the landscape of insurance regulation…
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