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NAIFA’s Advocacy Highlighted at LICONY Meeting

By NAIFA on 10/13/22 2:35 PM

NAIFA Senior Vice President for Government Relations Diane Boyle appeared with other industry thought leaders on the National & Federal Insurance Perspective Panel at the Life Insurance Council of New York (LICONY) Annual Meeting and Planning Conference in Albany. She discussed with other panelists the top issues facing the insurance and financial services industry, the promotion of diversity and inclusion in the insurance sector, issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and NAIFA’s work with the American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI) to remove unnecessary barriers to recruiting new insurance professionals.

Topics: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Press Release New York Federal Advocacy

Meeting With Senator Gillibrand's Policy Team

By NAIFA-New York on 9/8/22 1:23 PM

Several of our NAIFA-New York members that took time from their busy schedules to meet with Anthony from Senator Gillibrand's office earlier this week to provide important input on legislation pending consideration before the U.S. Senate.

Topics: #NAIFAProud #MainStreetUSA New York Federal Advocacy
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Lincoln suspends NY MoneyGuard as of March 25th

By NAIFA-New York on 2/1/22 2:52 PM

NAIFA-New York has learned that Lincoln Financial Group is suspending new sales of its MoneyGuard product in the state of New York, with a final day to submit applications of March 25th.

Topics: Long-Term Care Products New York
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Attorney General Letitia James drops out of New York governor race

By NAIFA-New York on 12/9/21 3:19 PM

State Attorney General Letitia James dropped out of the race for governor on Thursday and said she’ll instead seek a second term as New York’s chief law-enforcement official.

“I have come to the conclusion that I must continue my work as attorney general,” James said in a prepared statement.

“There are a number of important investigations and cases that are underway, and I intend to finish the job. I am running for re-election to complete the work New Yorkers elected me to do.”

The move followed heavy criticism from former Gov. Andrew Cuomo that James’ investigation of sexual harassment allegations against him was politically motivated.

Cuomo resigned in August, one week after James — using outside investigators — released a report that accused him of harassing 11 women, including nine current or former state employees.

Topics: Press Release New York
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NAIFA-NY Legislative & Regulatory Update - December 2021

By NAIFA-New York on 11/30/21 10:24 AM

Opposition to Nomination of Acting Superintendent Harris

Twenty-five New York-based organizations called on Governor Hochul to rescind her nomination of Adrienne Harris for Superintendent of the Department of Financial Services (“DFS”). Their statement stated, in part, that:

Topics: Legislation & Regulations New York

NAIFA-New York Meets with Gov Hochul

By NAIFA-New York on 11/10/21 4:48 PM

Recently, NAIFA-New York leaders Gary Cappon, President, and Paul Sciacca, VP of Government Relations, attended an event with Governor Kathy Hochul to represent NAIFA-New York members.

Topics: State Advocacy New York Government Relations
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Attorney General Letitia James Announces Historic Bid for Governor

By NAIFA-New York on 11/9/21 5:03 PM

NEW YORK — New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced her historic candidacy for governor of the state of New York. The announcement, made in a video and on her website, highlighted the vast work that Attorney General James has done across the state throughout her career and lays out why she is the change that New York needs.

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U.S Congressman, Tom Suozzi, talks about the American Long Term Care Crisis with Neil Himmelstein

By NAIFA-New York on 10/18/21 1:56 PM

The U.S. Government will not be able to support Medicaid for much longer due to the increased demand for long-term care.

Topics: Advocacy Long-Term Care New York
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Governor Hochul Announces Nomination Of Adrienne Harris As Superintendent Of The Department Of Financial Services

By NAIFA-New York on 8/31/21 2:51 PM

Governor Hochul Announces Nomination Of Adrienne Harris As Superintendent Of The Department Of Financial Services
Former Economic Advisor to President Obama to Become New York's Top Financial Regulator

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that Adrienne Harris has been nominated to lead the New York State Department of Financial Services as its next Superintendent. Formerly a top economic advisor to President Obama, Ms. Harris will become the state's top financial regulator tasked with overseeing the banking and insurance industries and their compliance with state laws as New York works to rebuild its economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, if confirmed by the Senate.

Topics: New York
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Member Profile: Monique FanFan

By Advisor Today on 8/20/21 10:43 AM

Monique Fanfan, a native of Haiti who came to the United States to have her shot at the American dream, began her career in financial services working in a bank. She then went on to work for a financial investment firm out of New York and later she spent 15 years as an accountant.  

Topics: Members New Member Profile New York

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