For ‘insight on the regulatory landscape, top priorities for 2018
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 1, 2018—Former Insurance Commissioner Nick Gerhart and a panel of regulators will hold a Q&A session at LIMRA LOMA’s Regulatory Compliance Exchange to discuss regulatory updates and other important regulatory issues that could impact firms in the year to come.
The conference will take place March 21-23, 2018, in New Orleans, La. Conference attendees will have an opportunity to discuss the current regulatory environment and their individual concerns as they prepare for regulatory uncertainty.
“Keeping up with and understanding the latest regulations while balancing customer interests and company operations is certainly a daunting task,” said Carolyn Clement, Business Relationships, LIMRA. “We are pleased to bring together a panel of regulators who will offer insight on the regulatory landscape, highlighting their top priorities in 2018.”
LIMRA LOMA’s 2018 Regulatory Compliance Exchange
LIMRA LOMA’s 2018 Regulatory Compliance Exchange will offer several sessions focused on understanding different regulations around the nation, including:
Recognizing Financial Exploitation, a Regulatory and Ethical Imperative, moderated by Paul Henry, corporate vice president and managing director, LIMRA LOMA Secure Retirement Institute
Operationalizing Your Fraud, AML and Cyber Programs for Efficiency and Effectiveness, with Gina Jones, chief financial crime officer, AXA; Vicki Landon, president, Landon Associates Inc.; and Keith Schroeder, assistant vice president and compliance officer, American-Amicable Life Insurance Company of Texas
A New York State of Mind—perspectives on the increase in regulatory initiatives from the New York Department of Financial Services—with Douglas A. Wheeler, senior vice president, New York Life Insurance Company and Diane Stuto, managing director, legislative and regulatory affairs, Life Insurance Council of New York, Inc.
LIMRA LOMA’s Regulatory Compliance Exchange draws more than 200 compliance professionals throughout the financial services, insurance and other industries in order to discuss crucial regulatory issues and learn effective compliance practices from peers and topical experts.
To learn more about the conference and to register, please visit 2018 Regulatory Compliance Exchange. Members of the press are welcome to attend the event at no cost. Please email media contacts below for more details.