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May 10, 2017

The Insurance Interview: A Discussion with Michael Consedine, CEO of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners


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Mike Consedine has worn many hats. Since this is a podcast, you won’t see any of them. But you will hear about his current one, as CEO of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. What initiatives should the industry expect next? How will the state role evolve as the federal role changes? Where is the Covered Agreement headed? FaegreBD partner Pat Hughes explored these questions and more with Mike on this latest installment of “The Insurance Interview.” Turn up your speakers and listen to the conversation.

This is podcast is part of our series, “The Insurance Interview,” which features insights from insurance industry thought leaders as well as updates on issues facing the industry from the state, federal and international fronts. If there is a topic you’d like FaegreBD to consider for a future podcast, please let us know.

Note: The opinions expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of Faegre Baker Daniels or our clients.

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