Washington — Officials at the Troy, N.Y.-based National Council of Insurance Legislators, (NCOIL) sent a letter to House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank contrasting the performance of the state-based insurance regulatory system to the parts of the financial services industry under federal regulation.
The letter coincides with hearings the committee held in which witnesses supported establishment of an optional federal charter for insurers.
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