The Dodd-Frank Act created a new Federal Insurance Office that, in addition to new duties related to systemic risk and international insurance regulation, is also to study the future of regulation in this sector. The law dictates the issues to be studied and directs FIO also to recommend legislative or regulatory changes to achieve various objectives, including better prudential regulation, more efficient delivery of insurance products with better consumer protection and enhanced coordination with global insurance regulation.

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