New National Association of Insurance Commissioners CEO is Gary Anderson

National Association of Insurance Commissioners - New CEO

NAIC has announced that its new chief executive officer has now been named

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners recently announced that they have appointed a new CEO.  The appointment went to Gary Anderson, the current Massachusetts Insurance Commissioner and veteran of the industry.

Anderson will start at his new position on May 1, 2024

The start date for Anderson as CEO of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners will be May 1, giving him enough time to finish his service as the Massachusetts Insurance Commissioner. This will have him leading the way over an organization of chief insurance regulators from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, as well as 5 US territories.

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The selection of the new CEO was a lengthy process, as it must be made with care in order to ensure the right individual takes the position.

“Selecting the next NAIC CEO has been arduous but rewarding,” said Andrew Mais, the current NAIC president as well as the Insurance Commissioner of Connecticut. “We were looking for the best fit, and we found it in Gary Anderson. Gary’s dedication to our state-based system of insurance regulation and his insurance expertise are top notch. We look forward to his leadership as we navigate the complexities of regulating the insurance sector and deliver on our mission to protect consumers.”

The new National Association of Insurance Commissioners has many years of experience

In a prepared statement, Anderson expressed his appreciation for the privilege of the new position.  He explained that he was fortunate to have served consumers in his state under three governors, Patrick, Baker, and Healey.  He added that “Throughout my career in public service, I have been rewarded with valuable experiences, new and lasting connections, and opportunities to contribute to a greater good.”

He further pointed out that “I am excited to embark on the next adventure as CEO of the NAIC, supporting the state-based system of insurance regulation.” He closed his statement by expressing gratitude to the members of NAIC who have trusted him and believed in him enough to appoint him National Association of Insurance Commissioners CEO.


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