Kansas City – The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has launched a public database containing the regulatory status of certain insurer-owned securities. The database is intended to assist market participants that advise insurance companies and investment professionals working for insurance companies. The tool shows whether a publicly rated security is subject to regulatory guidance other than as indicated by its credit rating assigned by one or more public rating organizations.

All of the securities listed in the public database are rated by an NAIC ARO (a credit rating organization whose services are purchased by NAIC in connection with the administration of an insurer filing exemption) and designated or classified by the Securities Valuation Office (SVO).

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