National Association of Insurance Commissioners Summer National Meeting Canceled Due to Hurricane Irene Threat

Aug 25, 2011


The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (“NAIC”) announced today, August 25, 2011, that its Summer National Meeting scheduled for August 29 to September 1 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has been canceled due to Hurricane Irene’s threat to the area.

An NAIC news release on the cancelation is reprinted below. 


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WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 25, 2011) – The National Association of Insurance Commissioners has decided to cancel its Summer National Meeting, which was scheduled for August 29-September 1 in Philadelphia. More than 1,500 insurance regulators, industry representatives and interested parties had registered to attend the conference.

“In evaluating the potential threat of Hurricane Irene, our decision to cancel the meeting was informed by considering the safety of all attendees and members,” said Susan E. Voss, NAIC President and Iowa Insurance Commissioner. “The first priority for all state regulators is responding to disasters and we are fully committed to assisting the states affected by this disaster.”

“Many of our members and attendees had already decided to cancel travel plans due to their responsibilities for assisting consumers in disaster situations, as well as weather-related travel safety concerns,” said Therese M. (Terri) Vaughan, NAIC Chief Executive Officer. “As the storm subsides, we will re-evaluate the priorities and establish next steps for conducting business.”

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