During a special election Dec. 20, the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Commission elected 2011 officers: New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny, chair; North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin, vice-chair; and Missouri Insurance Director John Huff, treasurer. The IIPRC says the new officers will assume their roles immediately.

Sevigny was appointed New Hampshire insurance commissioner in 2003 and served as president of the NAIC in 2009, says the IIPRC. Prior, he was assistant commissioner at the New Hampshire Insurance Department, and he worked at Travelers Insurance for more than 30 years in a variety of technical and management positions, according to the commission.

Goodwin was elected North Carolina insurance commissioner in 2008 and serves as the state fire marshal, says the IIPRC. Prior, he served in the North Carolina General Assembly's House of Representatives, where he focused on insurance, consumer protection, public safety and good government issues, according to the commission.

Huff was appointed director of the Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration in February 2009, leading the state’s initiatives to protect consumers, including insurance policyholders and financial institution customers, says the IIPRC. Before his appointment, he spent three years as an executive with Swiss Re, and eight years with GE Insurance Solutions, according to the IIPRC.

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