North Carolina (NC)
North Carolina Department of Insurance
The North Carolina Department of Insurance in oversees licensing and supervision of insurance. The North Carolina Department of Insurance regulates the various kinds of insurance sold in North Carolina and the companies and agents that sell it. All authority to regulate the business of insurance is delegated to the Commissioner by the General Assembly.
The Department of Insurance provides valuable services to the people of North Carolina by regulating the insurance industry, licensing insurance professionals and others, educating consumers about different types of insurance, handling consumer complaints, and much, much more.
Any insurance business in this state first must be approved by the Commissioner, and companies and agents must meet rigorous standards before they receive a license to do that business.
George Wayne Goodwin was elected North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance in the 2008 election and re-elected in 2012. He is a candidate for re-election in 2016. Goodwin previously served as a Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the state's sixty-eighth House district, including constituents in Richmond and Stanly counties.
North Carolina Annuity Resources: The Consumer Services Division can answer all your questions about insurance-related issues involving life/annuities.They can be reached by calling 855-408-1212.
|State Commissioner:||George Wayne Goodwin|
|Annuity Guarantee Limit:||$300,000|
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