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Investigations of Applications and Consents to Work

For inquiries about investigations of license applications and consents to work as required by the federal law, 18 U.S.C.§§1033 and 1034 for convicted felons, contact Jeff Gross at:

Reporting of Associations / Designated Insurance Producers

With the exception of the designated insurance producer(s) of an agency and associates of a title insurance agency, a licensed insurance producer agency is no longer required to report the insurance producers associated with it to the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA). The agency will be responsible for keeping a list of producers associated with the agency in a manner that allows the information to be retrieved in a reasonable period of time upon request from the MIA. (NOTE: This does not apply to title insurance producers and agencies.)


Maryland no longer requires insurers to report appointments or terminations, except for terminations for cause. Instead, the insurer is required to keep a Producer Register of its appointed agents beginning with those appointed on and after January 1, 2004, in accordance with Maryland regulation (COMAR 31.03.13)​. Every 31 days, insurers are required  to check on whether any disciplinary action has been taken against their agents via the MIA website. Appointment information is no longer available in the MIA's licensing database.​​​​​​​​​​

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The Maryland General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Audits operates a toll-free fraud hotline to receive allegations of fraud and/or abuse of State government resources. Information reported to the hotline in the past has helped to eliminate certain fraudulent activities and protect State resources.

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