Hamm Elected NAIC President-Elect

December 3, 2012

Members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) elected their 2013 officers during a national meeting held this week. Members elected North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm to the position of president-elect. He will assume president-elect duties Jan. 1, 2013. Hamm currently serves as NAIC vice president.

“I look forward to working with my fellow commissioners on many important issues coming up in 2013,” Hamm said, “and continuing to be a strong advocate for our national system of state-based insurance regulation.”

Hamm is also a member of the NAIC’s Executive Committee, the Audit Committee, the Life Insurance and Annuities (A) Committee, the Health Insurance and Managed Care (B) Committee, the Financial Regulation Standards and Accreditation (F) Committee, and the International Insurance Relations (G) Committee. Hamm’s NAIC-related work ensures that North Dakota has a strong national voice in insurance regulation.

Photo (left to right): Vice President Monica J. Lindeen (Montana), President Jim Donelon (Louisiana), President-Elect Adam Hamm (North Dakota) and Secretary-Treasurer Michael F. Consedine (Pennsylvania)

The three other 2013 NAIC officers elected last week are: President James J. Donelon, Louisiana Insurance Commissioner; Vice President Monica J. Lindeen, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance; and Secretary-Treasurer Michael F. Consedine, Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner. Read more about the election at www.naic.org.

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