Since the Federal Insurance Office selected Michael McRaith as its director over a year ago, it has become apparent how long his to-do list is.

While the anticipated FIO report on how to modernize and improve insurance regulations in the United States is, after missing its initial deadline of January 31, still in progress, McRaith delivered testimony last Thursday, but was only made public today, before a House Committee on Financial Services meeting titled, “U.S. Insurance Sector: International Competitiveness and Jobs.” In McRaith’s testimony, he outlines some of the FIO’s activity in lieu of the report, including the addition of four more professionals this month to bring its team up to 15.

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