Following in the footsteps of the American Bankers Asso-ciation Insurance Association (ABAIA), which proposed an optional federal charter for insurers, Washington, D.C.-based American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) has released its own draft proposal-this one geared to the life insurance industry.The draft-which was assembled by about 30 working groups involving more than 200 ACLI member companies-calls for the creation of the National Insurer Act, the National Insurer Solvency Act and an Office of National Insurers in the Department of the Treasury.

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