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NAIFA-NYS Announces Its Full Calendar of Legislative Events

From the far edge of Western New York to way down on Long Island, from late January to early May, NAIFA-NYS will welcome state legislators (veterans and newcomers) to local events that showcase the issues [...]

By | January 18th, 2019|Categories: Member News, Members, NAIFA-NYS Legislative Updates, New York Issues|0 Comments

Governor Nominates New DFS Superintendent

Governor Andrew Cuomo officially announced on January 4 his nomination of Linda Lacewell, his Chief of Staff, to replace outgoing Dept. of Financial Services (DFS) Superintendent Maria T. Vullo, who is slated to leave DFS [...]

By | January 7th, 2019|Categories: NAIFA-NYS Legislative Updates, New York Issues, News Alerts|0 Comments

Governor Announces His “Justice Agenda” for 2019

Governor Cuomo has announced a 20-point progressive agenda for the first 100 days of the legislative session, preempting his own State of the State address in order, he said, to give the legislature maximum time [...]

By | December 27th, 2018|Categories: NAIFA-NYS Legislative Updates, New York Issues|0 Comments

DFS Supt. Vullo Announces Her Departure

Superintendent Maria T. Vullo has announced that she will leave the Department of Financial Services (DFS), effective February 1, 2019, after nearly three years heading the agency.  Under her leadership, the DFS has promulgated controversial [...]

By | December 19th, 2018|Categories: NAIFA-NYS Legislative Updates, New York Issues, News Alerts|0 Comments

NYS Legislature Passes Our CE Credit Bill – Next Stop: Governor’s Desk

In the morning hours of June 12th, the NYS Assembly unanimously - in a vote of 120 to 0 - gave final passage to the NAIFA-NYS bill that requires the Superintendent of Financial Services to grant [...]

By | June 12th, 2018|Categories: NAIFA-NYS Legislative Updates, New York Issues, News Alerts|0 Comments

2017 Was Record Year for Data Breaches in NY

A new study reveals that more than 1,500 data breaches were reported to the NYS Attorney General in 2017--a significant jump from 2016--and that the personal records of 9.2 million New Yorkers (thanks largely to [...]

By | April 2nd, 2018|Categories: NAIFA-NYS Legislative Updates, New York Issues, News Alerts|0 Comments