The controversy over the loosening reserve requirements for insurers was aired in public today at a hearing where regulators heard testimony from industry representatives and consumer groups.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Capital and Surplus Relief Working Group met in the wake of complaints from consumer groups that the issue of how to treat statutory capital and surplus requirements in the NAIC solvency framework was being conducted behind close doors.
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