The Importance of Compliance Reviews

The Importance of Compliance Reviews

Thursday, November 18, 3:30pm Eastern

For producers, ensuring the correct information is on file with the Department of Insurance is imperative. Demographic information, specific license data, a snapshot of appointments with carriers, as well as administrative actions are all valuable information that a producer should know firsthand and examine routinely. Knowing and keeping track of registrations at the Secretary of State (SoS) offices in states where you do business should also be reviewed regularly. A “Compliance Review” lets you know where your insurance business is registered and whether you’re in good standing.  Failure to meet your compliance requirements can lead to revocations and costly fees.  In this FREE 1-hour webinar, three leaders from ILSA (Insurance Licensing Services of America) will share with us how knowing the ins and outs of your individual and agency’s data, and conducting regular reviews of this information, will set you on the right path towards achieving and maintaining compliance.

New Registration Procedure: All SILA Members, to earn SILA designation credit, be sure to log into your SILA account when registering. Non-Members are also able to register on SILA without logging in.

Tameika Johnson: As supervisor of the ILSA Tax Team, Tameika helps clients with corporate tax filings and annual returns. Her team also handles Secretary of State certificate of authority reinstatements and withdrawals. Secretary of State registrations, corporate compliance reviews, DBA renewals with the Secretary of State, and Department of Revenue business tax account registrations. Tameika graduated Summa Cum Laude with Honors from Baylor University with a major in Political Science and a minor in Business, and graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin. She is a licensed Texas attorney and one of ILSA's most celebrated employes winning the ILSA's Diligence & Determination Award two years in a row and Supervisor of the Year!

Kristy Roberts: A native Floridian who "made it to Texas as soon as she could," Kristy Roberts joined the ILSA Team in February 2006. She brought communication and leadership skills developed in the United States Army and the private sector to her position as a Compliance Specialist; and after a wonderful first year, she received the 2006 Renewals Employee of the Year Award. The following year, Kristy was nominated for the ILSA Employee of the Year Award. In early 2008 Kristy was asked to join the Licensing Department and earned a nomination for the 2008 Outstanding Service Award. In July 2009 she was promoted to Supervisor of the Intake and Compliance Department and in 2012 was awarded the Supervisor of the Year Award. At the beginning of 2013 Kristy was promoted to manager of the departments and in 2014, Kristy received her Securities and Insurance Licensing Association (SILA-A) Designation and also received Manager of the Year award in 2014 and 2017.

Sabrina Slater: Sabrina manages the Annuals & Corporates Department at Insurance Licensing Services of America, Inc. She is responsible for the oversight of numerous service transaction, conducts compliance reviews with the SOS and DOR to ensure filings are up to date, formally processes COA amendments, and requests tax clearances from the DOR, and more. Sabrina also has extensive experience with the wider field of insurance compliance. She is well versed in initial licensing, license renewals, administrative action notifications, appointments, corporate business registrations, and other filings primarily submitted to the various Departments of Insurance. Sabrina has served on ILSA’s leadership team since 2009. She has been nominated for ILSA’s prestigious Employee of the Year Award and received awards for Outstanding Customer Service and as Supervisor of the Year for 2015 and Manager of the Year for 2019.

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