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May 10, 2017

The Insurance Interview: A Discussion With Michael McRaith, Former Director of FIO


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Our latest installment of “The Insurance Interview” features a thought-provoking conversation with Michael McRaith, former director of the Federal Insurance Office (FIO). Mike and Faegre Baker Daniels partner Scott Kosnoff discuss FIO’s role and Mike’s experience leading the office. Mike also talks about the NAIC, the covered agreement and his three-point shot from the left corner. We hope you’ll listen in and enjoy the discussion.

See Michael McRaith and other insurance industry thought leaders at this year’s Networks Financial Institute Insurance Public Policy Summit on May 23, 2017. For more information and to register, visit the Networks Financial Institute website.

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.

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