I spend a lot of time reading and disseminating information. For the most part, what I provide is summary information that I hope will alert the reader to issues that are being discussed and decided. If that subject is of interest to the company, they can follow-up with me for more details. Although Sapiens/StoneRiver provides this information to be helpful, I have stated many times that companies need to keep abreast of the issues on their own. That process isn’t necessarily easy and it is time-consuming - in that someone must often wade through a ton of material just to see if an adopted item applies to their company. But isn’t digging out information in advance better than being caught off guard and receiving a “love Letter” from the NAIC or, even worse, from your state of domicile, indicating problems with filings or other regulator issues?
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