The shifting regulatory sands and the need for the industry to exert its influence to shape outcomes is a recurring theme at National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) 115th Annual Convention in San Diego.

Kicking off the conference, NAMIC Chairman John Hill II, noted that in many ways the industry was at a crossroads. Despite the fact that the insurance industry was largely successful in avoiding new regulatory strictures birthed in the wake of the financial crisis, Hill urged the fight was not over.

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