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Delaware's Kinion: Proposed Capital Standards Undermine Captive Regulation

Steve Kinion, Delaware's captive bureau director, said group capital standards under consideration by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners could misrepresent the strength of life insurers and raise costs to consumers.

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