The National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) has hired two Capitol Hill veterans with experience in financial services issues to help it shape the debate over regulatory reform.

Kathy Mitchell worked on issues important to the property/casualty insurance while working as a staff member for Reps. Tim Mahoney (D.—Fla.) and Dan Boren (D.—Okla.).  Likewise, Dylan Jones gained knowledge of the financial services industry as a staff member for Reps. Paul Kanjorski (D.—Penn.), chairman of the Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance and Government Sponsored Enterprises, and Carolyn McCarthy (D.—N.Y.).

Mitchell will focus on natural disaster issues, such as the extension and reform of the National Flood Insurance Program and legislation to encourage uniform statewide building codes. Jones will work on issues such as the efforts to ban credit-based insurance scoring.

“The combined experience of Kathy and Dylan will be especially invaluable as we face new challenges related to the current economic crisis,” says Jimi Grande, NAMIC’s VP of federal and political affairs. “They are well positioned to help NAMIC execute its advocacy strategies in these crucial times.”

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