One of the most contentious subjects broached at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners Fall 2009 meeting was the issue of a public catastrophe model. 

In August, a NAIC study group completed a report on the feasibility of building a national hurricane model and a national earthquake model. Insurance industry attendees of the conference questioned the cost of, and need for, a public model given the well-regarded private models on the market. 

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