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.
Participants hear strategies for leveraging their CEFLI Membership.
CEFLI’s first webinar of 2017 detailed a comprehensive overview of CEFLI programs and benefits targeting compliance and ethics professionals of CEFLI member companies; as well as their business partners in Law, Risk Management, Government Affairs and other applicable business areas. Non-CEFLI member companies were also invited to learn more about how CEFLI membership could help leverage their compliance resources.
Busy compliance and ethics professionals in the life insurance industry are always looking for ways to efficiently and effectively obtain valuable compliance information…
An Opportunity to Gain Insight into Current Industry Practices.
CEFLI is pleased to have released a new AML Benchmarking Survey to gather feedback from compliance and ethics professionals concerning the current status of AML practices within the life insurance industry. The Survey asked respondents to indicate their organizations’ practices concerning AML, antifraud and the filing of Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) as part of their companies’ AML programs.
AML/OFAC compliance remains a priority issue for life insurers, with both the Financial Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)...
The past several months have seen some considerable changes in state and national insurance leaders.
We have seen the recent resignations of several key state insurance commissioners and the outcomes of the 2016 elections prompted new state insurance commissioner leadership in several states. The NAIC named a new President and also announced the leadership of its key committees for 2017. And, at the federal level, we saw the resignation of the Director of the Federal Insurance Office.
These changes pose potential challenges for insurance regulation as leaders who have developed appropriate backgrounds to understand the unique nature of the...