Government Hearings - 2006

  • 2006 0620 - THE MCCARRAN-FERGUSON ACT: IMPLICATIONS OF REPEALING THE INSURERS' ANTITRUST EXEMPTION, S. Hrg. 109-557 - [PDF-160p, Video-Can't Find] - <mp3, mp4> - R
    • Hunter, J. Robert, Insurance Director, Consumer Federation of America, Washington, D.C
    • Michael McRaith, as Illinois Director of Insurance, Chair, Broker Activities Task Force
    • Senate - COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
    • Senate Page - [LINK]
  • 2006 0711 - GOV - Insurance Regulation Reform
    • [PDF-152p, VIDEO-Senate-error] - <mp3, mp4> - R-yes
    • NAIC - Alessandro Iuppa -  Maine Superintendent of Insurance,  President, National Association of Insurance Commissioners - [Testimony-PDF-40p]
    • CFA - TRAVIS PLUNKETT, LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR
    • Senate - COMMITTEE ON BANKING, HOUSING, AND URBAN AFFAIRS - [Testimony-PDF-p]
  • 2006 0718 - GOV - PERSPECTIVES ON INSURANCE REGULATION
    • [PDF-58p, VIDEO-Senate-error] - <mp3, mp4> - R-yes
    • ROBERT W. KLEIN, Ph.D. - DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE RESEARCH GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY - [PDF-Testimony]
    • Scott E. Harrington, Ph.D., Alan B. Miller Professor, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
    • Senate - BANKING, HOUSING, AND URBAN AFFAIRS 
  • 2006 1003 - GOV - THE NEED FOR INSURANCE REGULATORY REFORM -
    • [PDF-163p, Video-Can't Find-No Video Made?] - <mp3, mp4> - R
    • Condron Christopher M., Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company, on behalf of the American Council of Life Insurers <ACLI>
      • They <NAIC> just cannot.
      • You know, they <NAIC> cannot agree on what the reserving requirements will be on universal life insurance policies, or when they do agree, they cannot get all of the States to go along, and that is the frustration, I think, Commissioner Bell and all of the commissioners have always had with the NAIC.  (p35)
    • House - SUBCOMMITTEE ON CAPITAL MARKETS,
      INSURANCE, AND GOVERNMENT SPONSORED ENTERPRISES - COMMITTEE ON FINANCIAL SERVICES