Atlanta, September 20, 2005 – Speakers at The Compliance & Market Conduct Exchange will reveal the top five compliance mistakes that insurance companies make and how to avoid them. The special session combines the unique perspectives from the corporate side and from the litigation side of insurance companies. The annual conference, hosted by LOMA and LIMRA International, will be held November 13-15, 2005 in Miami Beach, FL.
The emerging challenges that financial service compliance departments are facing are compounded by the pressure from the regulations of the past several years. The NAIC model regulation mandating compensation disclosure, emerging regulations surrounding elder law, and preventing insurance fraud are key issues that will be covered at the conference.
“The constant growth of this conference over the past five years exemplifies the quality of the sessions and the extent to which the industry relies on it for gathering timely information,” said Tom Murray, corporate vice president of New York Life Insurance Company and committee chairperson of the LIMRA Market Conduct Committee. “The 2005 conference will continue this tradition by covering a broad base of today’s most pressing issues.”
Topics at the Compliance & Market Conduct Exchange will cover implementing SEC and NASD compliance program rules, advertising best practices, branch supervision and more. Registration is $795 for LOMA and LIMRA members, and $1295 for nonmembers for registrations received by October 7, 2005. For more information, visit www.loma.org/marketconduct.asp or call 770-984-6453.