Insurance commissioner

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Insurance commissioner (or commissioner of insurance) is an executive office in many U.S. states, some in the state cabinet. The office differs state by state:

  • In some states the insurance commissioner is a constitutional office established by the state constitution; in other states the office was created by statute;
  • In some states the insurance commissioner is an elected official; in other states they are appointed by the governor;
  • In some states the insurance department or division is autonomous; in other states such a department is part of a larger body.

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is a professional association for these individuals.

List of insurance commissioners[edit]


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