Proposed New York insurance regulation would require mandatory disclosures to purchasers


On September 10, 2009, the New York Insurance Department (NYID) announced that it had sent the long anticipated Producer Compensation Transparency Regulation (the Proposed Regulation) to the Governor’s Office of Regulatory Reform (GORR) for review. Following GORR approval, the Proposed Regulation will be published in the New York Register and will be subject to a forty-five day period of public comment. After reviewing any comments received during such public comment period, the NYID may adopt, revise or withdraw the Proposed Regulation.

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