Kansas City , Mo. - The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) this week released a peer review of state producer-licensing laws, practices and processes that  identifies areas where the states’ reciprocity and uniformity initiatives need improvement, along with areas where such efforts have been successful.

The peer assessment was conducted by a group of volunteer regulators who traveled to 52 member jurisdictions over a period of three months. Commissioners, directors, superintendents, senior regulatory staff and licensing directors were actively engaged in the assessment process.

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