Finally, The Federal Insurance Office (FIO) officially exited stealth mode last week when it commenced its first conference at the Treasury Department.

As the offspring of the Dodd-Frank Act most salient to insurance, the FIO event was well-attended, or at least appeared to be, as it was nearly impossible to distinguish anything on the murky video feed of the event posted on Treasury Web site. Thankfully the audio was clear, and what emerged was an interesting discussion about the nature, future and limits of insurance regulation.

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