Monday, November 28, 2016 - Monday, December 5, 2016
What is Surplus Lines? Simply put, Surplus Lines insurance exists to provide coverage that cannot be filled in the regular admitted market. It might be because the risk is unique or unusual and the traditional insurers decline to write the policy. That’s when the Surplus Lines market steps in.
The NAIC in conjunction with the National Association of Professional Surplus Lines Offices, Ltd. (NAPSLO) offers a course designed especially for state insurance regulators to help them understand the Surplus Lines market: its purpose, how it evolved, how it operates, and how it is regulated.
Join other regulators for instruction from and interaction with NAIC and NAPSLO Subject Matter Experts during this fascinating one-week course!
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