This program enables RRGs not only to save time and money but also to generate considerable additional revenues.
NRRA decided early on to take the “laboring oar” and launch an aggressive pro-industry response on behalf of risk retention groups.
NRRA’s amicus curiae strategy has transformed the landscape for RRGs in the courts. Our legal successes continued in 2020.
With NRRA’s input, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners redrafted its model Registration Form for non-domiciliary states.
Financial analysis firm Demotech, Inc. has released “Analysis of Risk Retention Groups: Second Quarter 2020.”
In late March, NRRA’s Government Affairs Committee (GAC) approved the appointment of a GAC COVID-19 Task
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