National association elects N.H. insurance chief

New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny has been elected secretary-treasurer of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners – the first time in nearly 50 years that the Granite State’s commissioner has served as an elected official of the organization.

Sevigny will be filling a vacancy left by the retirement of Eric Serna of New Mexico’s Insurance Division.

“I look forward to a year of challenges and excitement for the NAIC,” said Sevigny. “I intend to work hard to further the NAIC’s goals and toward ensuring the states continue to regulate the insurance industry, as they have for almost 150 years.”

NAIC is a voluntary organization of insurance regulation officials of the 50 states, Washington D.C. and five U.S. territories whose goals are consumer protection and the financial stability of the insurance industry. – JEFF FEINGOLD

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