IIANC publishes and distributes several specialized e-newsletters for our members and industry partners. Our goal is to provide members with the information you need in a format that is easy to read and will not interfere with your busy schedules.
For more information on any of IIANC's publications or news services, please contact Rena Todd at email@example.com
*These publications are intended to provide accurate and authoritative information on the subject matter covered and are distributed with the understanding that neither the sender, nor any contributing author or publisher, is rendering legal, accounting or other professional services and assume no liability whatsoever in connection with its use.
IA Connection (formerly The Agent News Update)
This bi-monthly email newsletter provides current industry news, legislative information, technical updates and association news. With this publication, all the pertinent insurance information you need to know is right at your fingertips in an easy to read format.
The Raleigh Report
Each week while the state's General Assembly is in session, IIANC distributes a state legislative briefing to our members highlighting any state legislation related to insurance. The Raleigh Report provides a summary of the bills that IIANC's government affairs team is currently tracking in the North Carolina General Assembly. You can easily find out what the bills aim to do, what legislators are sponsoring the bills, and where they currently are in the legislative process.
For more information on IIANC's government affairs activities, visit the Advocacy
section of our website.
The "I" on Professional Development (formerly The IIANC Education Update)
This monthly email newsletter, highlights all of the upcoming education offerings from IIANC. It also includes important announcements concerning Continuing Education and timely, informative articles on a variety of education-related topics.
For more information on IIANC education courses, visit the Education
section of our Web site or contact the IIANC Education Department at 800-277-7504.