NAIC Accepting Applications for the 2018 SERFF Advisory Board

KANSAS CITY (Jan. 5, 2018) — The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is currently accepting applications for industry and consumer positions on the System for Electronic Rate and Form Filing (SERFF) Advisory Board. All board positions have a one-year term, beginning March 1 and ending Feb. 28 of the following calendar year.

The SERFF Advisory Board is a voluntary group, established by the NAIC Executive (EX) Committee in 2013 as the successor to the SERFF Board. The SERFF Advisory Board is composed of 11 members appointed by the NAIC Executive (EX) Committee. Six regulator positions will be held by the chief state insurance officials or their senior level staff designee. One position is held by an Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Commission (IIPRC) representative, either the organization's executive director or their designee.

The NAIC is accepting applications for three insurance industry positions representing the property/casualty, life and health insurance sectors. Each industry representative must be an employee of an insurance company and involved with the SERFF filing operations within their company. The consumer representative position is also open for an individual without a regulatory or industry affiliated employment relationship.

The application deadline is Jan. 12, 2018. Applicants will be notified in late February 2018 regarding their selection.

You may access the SAB Application on the SERFF Advisory Board Web page.

If you have any questions, please contact Joy Morrison ( or Rona Bingham (

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