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Lisa Brown

Assistant General Counsel & Director, Compliance Resources

Lisa Brown serves as assistant general counsel and director of compliance resources at AIA. She joined AIA in 1994 and directs the Law Department’s program on compliance and regulatory reform issues. She also manages AIA’s legal research and surveys and oversees AIA’s Legislative Reporting Service. Ms. Brown has participated on numerous panels at the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals (AICP), the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) annual E-Reg Conference, the Insurance Regulatory Examiners Society Foundation’s (IRES) National School on Market Regulation, the IRES Career Development Seminar, the American Conference Institute’s National Forum on Insurance Regulation, and the Insurance Consumer Affairs Exchange (ICAE).

Ms. Brown earned her J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law, with a concentration in Regulatory Law, and her B.S.B.A. from the University of Richmond, E. Claiborne Robins School of Business. She is a member of the District of Columbia bar, a member of the Board of Directors of the IRES Foundation, and a member of the AICP and ICAE.

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AIA's Lisa Brown and Angela Gleason reflect on top industry issues at NAIC summer meeting in A.M. Best

July 25, 2017 - The American Insurance Association raised concerns about the plan for a complex model law, with AIA Assistant General Counsel and Director Lisa Brown pointing to provisions that allow NAIC staff to be the resource for states for technical advice. She said that the proposal "cedes way too much regulatory authority to NAIC staff" and creates confidentiality concerns about proprietary information in the models....

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