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Keane's Unclaimed Property Blog

Insurance (95 articles)

The unclaimed property landscape is rapidly evolving for insurance companies. States are adopting new regulations that require insurers to actively seek out and locate beneficiaries when proceeds are due, as well as conduct regular comparisons of their in-force policies against sources such as the Social Security Administration Death Master File.

Illinois Creates a Uniform Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits Act

Illinois Creates a Uniform Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits Act

Insurance, Legislative Alerts

Signed into law by Governor Rauner on August 26, 2016, IL HB 4633 creates the Illinois Uniform Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits Act and amends the state Insurance Code. This bill will become effective on January 1, 2017 and details the requirements and procedures to which insurers must adhere to ensure compliance. This includes identifying deceased insureds and […]

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Missouri Enacts Life Insurance Benefits Act

Missouri Enacts Life Insurance Benefits Act

Insurance, Legislative Alerts

Effective on August 8, 2016, the new law enacts the Missouri Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits Act and outlines the requirements and procedures that life issuers must follow to proactively determine if insureds are deceased and perform outreach to beneficiaries. Missouri is now the 22nd state to enact similar legislation.

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