NAIC Expected To Defer Mortality Data Collection To 2021
May 6, 2020 by John Hilton
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners is expected to delay collection of key insurer mortality data until 2021.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic disruption, submitting the mortality data is not feasible this year, the association announced Wednesday.
The data “remains a high priority regulatory issue for the NAIC, and the proposed one-year delay in the collection of this data should not be interpreted as diminishing the importance of this issue to the NAIC,” the association said in a memo.