The Missouri Department of Insurance and Director John M. Huff are pleased to host the third Director's Regulatory Summit in Kansas City, Missouri on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. The Summit will be held at the Kansas City Convention Center. The Kansas City Convention Center is located at 301 West 13th Street in Kansas City, Missouri.
As with past Summit events, the 2016 Summit provides an opportunity for industry stakeholders to engage department leadership and staff. Meet insurance regulators, learn best practices and share insights with colleagues from across the nation in Kansas City, Missouri - the Heartland of insurance regulation.
CE Credit for insurance producers: More details coming soon on Summit sessions specifically tailored for producers. Please check back.
CLE for Missouri attorneys: More details coming soon.
Register today! Registration is just $149. For that one fee, you will receive continuing education plus networking opportunities – and breakfast, lunch and breaks are included. You can register through the link above. Insurance producers please register under Agenda above if interested in the half-day producer track.
Numerous hotel accommodations for long-distance travelers can be found within five miles of the Kansas City Convention Center. You can find information on a number of local hotel options through the link above.
For questions, email RegSummit@insurance.mo.gov.
See you in Kansas City!
2014 Director's Regulatory Summit
Learn about the 2014 Director’s Regulatory Summit and hear from industry attendees the valuable insight gained from state insurance regulators through seminars and networking in the DIFP Weekly video below:
The Missouri Department of Insurance hosted more than 300 insurance professionals on Oct. 15, 2014 at the second Director's Regulatory Summit in St. Louis. The Summit allowed representatives of Missouri's insurance industry to meet state regulators and discuss best practices for compliance with state insurance laws and regulations.
The Summit featured breakout sessions and roundtable discussions with consumer advocates and department leadership. The day-long conference also gave industry representatives an opportunity to speak directly to Missouri regulators.