At its Summer National Meeting in Seattle, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners was not shying away from some of the thornier legislative issues confronting the industry.
NAIC’s newly created retained asset accounts (RAA) working group held a meeting to review the use of RAAs by insurance companies. RAAs have come under scrutiny after complaints by survivors of slain service members about the low interest rates earned by their checkbook accounts received widespread media attention.
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