Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has been re-elected to represent the western regional states on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).
“I am pleased and honored to continue representing Washington and our western neighbors on matters at the national level,” Kreidler said. “Sometimes our insurance markets in the West have unique characteristics and quirks that set them apart from the rest of the country, and I’m committed to ensuring that our voices are heard in the national debate.”
As chair of the NAIC’s Western Zone, Kreidler will represent 14 Western states, Guam and American Samoa. He was first appointed to fill an unexpired term in 2003, and has been re-elected twice, most recently at the NAIC’s annual winter meeting earlier this month.
The NAIC, the nation’s oldest association for state officials, is dedicated to consumer protection and the financial stability of the insurance industry.