Senior Counsel Richard Liskov Publishes Authoritative Guide on US Insurance Regulation

ArentFox Schiff is pleased to announce the publication of the US insurance industry’s authoritative guide to regulation by Senior Counsel Richard Liskov.

Published by Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., "US Insurance Regulation: A Primer" offers valuable insights into the principles and procedures of state insurance regulation in the United States. The book covers both theoretical and practical aspects of insurance regulation, addressing key regulatory issues and topics such as the history of insurance regulation, the roles of the federal government and US states in regulation, the organization and operation of insurance departments, and the licensing process for insurance companies and professionals. Additionally, it explores how state insurance regulators handle supervision in a global marketplace, technological innovation, and the oversight of insurers' financial solvency and market conduct.

Richard, with nearly four decades of experience in the insurance industry, has a rich background in representing insurers, reinsurers, producers, and financial institutions. He counsels clients on the regulatory aspects of insurance mergers and acquisitions, as well as financing transactions, and assists with the formation of new insurance and reinsurance ventures, including captive insurers. His knowledge extends to securing and maintaining all regulatory approvals and licenses required to market and sell insurance products.

Copies of the book are available for purchase through Edward Elgar Publishing here.

Learn more about ArentFox Schiff’s Insurance & Reinsurance industry team.

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