AICP: Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals
Annual Conference

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The Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals serves the insurance compliance community by promoting relationships, exchanging information, and providing learning opportunities within a dynamic regulatory environment.

association events
Self- Insurance Institute of America (SIAA)
April 23-24, 2014
Legislative/Regulatory Conference ...details

NAIC/NIPR E-Regulation Conference
April 27-30, 2014
...details

South Central 2014 Education Day
May 02, 2014
...details

LHCA – Life and Health Compliance Association Meeting
May 07-09, 2014
...details

Western Chapter E-Day
May 08, 2014
Western Chapter E-Day ...details

NAIC International Insurance Forum
May 13-14, 2014
...details

NW Chapter E-Day 2014
May 15, 2014
Save the Date - E-Day 2014! ...details

Great Lakes Chapter Spring Meeting
May 16, 2014
Spring Chapter Meeting ...details

New England Chapter's E-Day
May 16, 2014
Save the Date - E-Day 2014 ...details

NAIC Financial Summit
May 28-30, 2014
Leadership Initiatives ...details

Mid-Atlantic 2014 E-day
Jun 09, 2014
Mid-Atlantic Chapter E-day 2014 ...details

Gulf States Chapter E-Day 2014
Jun 13, 2014
Gulf States Chapter E-Day 2014 ...details

association news
March 2014 AICP UPDATE now available!
The March 2014 AICP UPDATE is now available for download. ...more

March Issue of the Journal for Insurance Compliance Professionals
The March issue of the Journal for Insurance Compliance Professionals is available for download by AICP members. ...more


As a regulator, I look at my job as being a partner with the entities we regulate to make sure that consumers are not harmed. The first time I was invited to speak at our chapter EDay, I discovered that AICP provided me with a venue to partner with the parties that we regulate in a whole new environment, to hear about frustrations and issues , answer questions outside of a formal setting, and to get to actually know the people I work with at companies. One of the topics that I often speak about at AICP functions is Regulator Relationships. In these sessions, I stress that meeting people in settings such as E-Day or Annual Conference, is the first step in building your relationship because there's nothing to lose by being yourself! Learning to trust and respect those you are working with (on both sides of the table) is paramount to good regulation, and AICP is an excellent vehicle to start that process.
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