Register now for the
2018 NASBI Supplemental Benefits Forum!
September 5–7, 2018
Marriott Hotel • Philadelphia, PA
Charles Piacentini and Stacy Koron will share insights on:
How the ACLI is working tirelessly for us with state and federal regulators on behalf of supplemental benefits.
The ACLI recently formed the Supplemental Benefits Committee focused on supplemental health benefits and will showcase the collaboration and advocacy efforts on behalf of member companies. The American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) advocates on behalf of approximately 290 member companies dedicated to providing products and services that contribute to consumers’ financial and retirement security. ACLI members represent 95 percent of industry assets, offering life insurance, annuities, retirement plans, long-term care insurance, disability income insurance, reinsurance, dental and vision and other supplemental benefits.
Charles Piacentini – Vice President, Insurance Regulation & Associate, General Counsel American Council of Life Insurers
The “ever popular” update on what’s happening in the regulatory world of supplemental benefits.
Supplemental Health Regulatory Update
As supplemental health products are no longer new to regulators, we expect fewer regulatory changes. However, changes continue to come. We will discuss the new NAIC Accident and Sickness Models on the way and changes in state law that have impacted accident, critical illness and hospital indemnity insurance in the past year.
The Old Rules are History: What’s new in Life and STD regulation
While the market might change, laws and regulations don’t always move so fast. As companies update their life and short-term disability products, they need to understand how to apply old rules to new business challenges. Carrier and Insurance Compact representatives will address how to deal with portability, addition of non-insurance ancillary benefits, increased plan flexibility and other compliance issues.
Stacy Koron, JD, CLU, FLMI – Compliance Consultant, Milliman, Inc.
If your role involves product development, underwriting, marketing, sales and distribution, claims, risk management, or administration, this year’s NASBI Forum is for you.
- Registration Fee: $999
- Special Producer Registration: $749
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