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Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Hillman, Richard J., Cluff, Lawrence D.
Presents an evaluation of insur. regulatory oversight & info.-sharing in the matter of a highly publicized insur. invest. scam exposed in May 1999. Under indictment for embezzling more than $200 mill. in insur. co. assets over nearly an 8-year period is Martin Frankel. Mr. Frankel, a former securities broker who was barred from that industry in 1992, allegedly migrated to the insur. industry & operated as a rogue by engaging in illegal activity. This report: describes the alleged scam; evaluates the oversight & info.-sharing by insur. regulators; & identifies cross-financial-sector coord. issues, including those emanating from the scam.Hillman, Richard J. is the author of 'Insurance Regulation Scandal Highlights Need for Strengthened Regulatory Oversight' with ISBN 9780756708870 and ISBN 0756708877.
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