Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Thursday, April 12
Apr 12, 2012
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(CANCELED) 10:00 a.m.–Florida Surplus Lines Service Office National Clearinghouse Committee meeting. To view the meeting notice, click here.
1:00 p.m.–Citizens Property Insurance Corporation Actuarial and Underwriting Committee meeting. Teleconference: (866) 361-7525; participant code: 8632017402#. To view the meeting notice, click here.
The Dolphin Tower condominium board has money in the bank from a January settlement with its insurance company.
Florida is moving to shift the cost of paying big hurricane losses away from Floridians who do not have insurance through the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corporation.
Information Builders, a leader in business intelligence, information integrity, and integration solutions, today announced that United Automobile Insurance Company, a national provider of non-standard automobile insurance, is using the company’s holistic, end-to-end property and casualty insurance application to combine data from both its legacy and new systems, enabling better decision-making across the organization.
One of three major credit rating agencies reaffirmed Florida’s “AAA” credit rating on Wednesday, but kept its outlook listed as negative and listed a lawsuit challenging mandatory contributions to public employee retirement plans among events that could cloud the state’s fiscal standing.
In a fundraising quarter in which incumbents were hampered by a prohibition on raising money during a legislative session, several newcomers turned in big Senate fundraising numbers, reports Dave Royse of the News Service of Florida.
- Party donations soften during first quarter
- THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA: Florida GOP Hauls In $3.1 Million in Quarter; Democrats Trail with $1.2 Million
Associated Industries of Florida today announced the release of its 2012 Voting Records Report – a comparison of state lawmakers’ votes on legislation impacting Florida’s businesses and employers to AIF’s 2012 legislative priorities.
Associated Industries of Florida said Wednesday that two-thirds of the House — all Republicans — ranked 95 percent or higher on its legislative scorecard.
Farmers Insurance Exchange, one of the largest insurers of homes in Louisiana, has asked the Louisiana Department of Insurance for a statewide average rate increase of 39 percent, according to the Associated Press.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today drafted new national regulations governing forced-place insurance.
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