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Maryland Insurance Advisory Boards to Begin Quarterly Meetings

Two advisory boards, charged with assisting the Insurance Commissioner in reviewing continuing education courses, examinations and other matters relating to the education and qualification of insurance producers, will hold quarterly public meetings. The next meeting will be held on July 30, 2013, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Maryland Insurance Administration, 200 St. Paul Place, Francis Scott Key Conference Room, 22nd floor, Baltimore, MD 21202.

Maryland Insurance Commissioner Therese M. Goldsmith earlier this year appointed members, all volunteers, to serve on the Life and Health Producer Licensing Advisory Board and the Property and Casualty Producer Licensing Advisory Board. Under Maryland Law (Section 10-110) the Insurance Commissioner has the authority to appoint board members to four-year terms.

Please visit our website to sign up for eNotices and receive specific information related to producer licensing, including notifications of quarterly scheduled meetings. In addition meeting announcements will be listed on the MIA website and in the Maryland Register. For more information or to apply to serve on one of the boards contact Valeria Williams or complete the application found here.

About the Maryland Insurance Administration
The Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) is an independent State agency charged with regulating Maryland’s $26 billion insurance industry and makes certain that insurance companies, health plans and producers (agents and brokers) comply with Maryland insurance law. For more information about the MIA, please visit our website or follow us on Facebook.


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