A New Era in Compliance & Ethics…

The Compliance & Ethics Forum for Life Insurers ("CEFLI") is the new, premier source of compliance & ethics knowledge and information for life insurers. If you are a compliance & ethics professional in the life insurance industry, CEFLI is your connection to valuable insights, tools, professional networks and other vital resources. Membership includes access to an entire portfolio of customized compliance & ethics services calibrated to life insurers' needs.


Webinar to discuss recent legislative activity and its potential impact on life insurance companies.

The handling of unclaimed property has been an issue for the life insurance industry for several years, yet it has never experienced the type of high volume legislative activity in such a short time frame as it has seen in the last four months.  Since the beginning of 2014, nine states have proposed state legislation to address the issue of Unclaimed Property…with two of those states (Indiana and Mississippi) already passing the legislation...

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Summit Meeting

Evolving Developments to be Reviewed at Unclaimed Property Summit Meeting IV

Iowa Commissioner Nick Gerhart, Vice-Chair of the newly formed NAIC Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits (A) Working Group and North Dakota Representative George Keiser, Co-Chair of the National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) Unclaimed Property Task Force will provide updates on the key initiatives of their respective organizations at CEFLI's Unclaimed Property Summit Meeting IV on April 30 in Minneapolis...

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NAIC Holds Inaugural Meeting of its Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits (A) Working Group.

At the recent NAIC Spring National Meeting in Orlando, the NAIC held the inaugural meeting of its Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits (A) Working Group.  This Working Group was convened in response to a charge issued to the NAIC Life Insurance and Annuities (A) Committee to "…undertake a study to determine if recommendations should be made to address unclaimed death benefits.”  Two hours were devoted to the meeting on the NAIC agenda.  The first hour...

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