Insurance technologists may have an ally on the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) after Missouri insurance director John Huff was elected president-elect of the organization.

"One of his top priorities is using technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of license applications, renewals, complaints, enforcement actions and board and commission nominations," the NAIC says in a statement.

Huff, who has been commissioner in Missouri since 2009, replaces Michael Consedine, who stepped down. His experience before public service includes stints at Swiss Re and GE Insurance Solutions. He also served two terms as the insurance representative on the Financial Stability Oversight Committee created by the Dodd-Frank Act.

President Monica J. Lindeen, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance, Vice President Sharon P. Clark, Kentucky Insurance Commissioner and Secretary-Treasurer Ted Nickel, Wisconsin Insurance Commissioner are the other NAIC officers for 2015.

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