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Corporate Governance Requires Board Evaluations

By MarksNelson on March 9, 2016 in Articles, Insurance

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (“NAIC”) Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure (“CGAD”) is aimed to address concerns over the perceived lack of corporate governance in the insurance industry and to align the roles of activities of insurance regulators globally. Given the lack of prescriptive requirements and volume of information to address, early preparation is important. Please see the link below from our friends at First Consulting Administration, Inc. to enhance your understanding of the CGAD filing.

Click here for the whitepaper by First Consulting & Administration, Inc.:

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