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Stay On Top Of Changing, Complex
Insurance Securities Laws With Complete Information, Expert Guidance From CCH
(RIVERWOODS, ILL., June 27, 2000) As insurance securities activities are
increasing faster than ever in the wake of Gramm-Leach-Bliley, so too is the volume and
complexity of laws that pertain to investments made and stocks issued by insurance
companies. Now, CCH INCORPORATED (CCH), a leading provider of securities, insurance and
business law information, has introduced the Insurance Securities Law Reporter, a
comprehensive publication that pulls together in one place the information and expert
analysis needed by lawyers and securities professionals involved in making investments or
issuing stocks for insurance companies. (To order or for more information, call
1-888-224-7377 or visit http://business.cch.com.)
"This in-depth, authoritative service is unmatched by any other resource available
today," said Sharon Kube, CCH Securities Marketing Manager.
"Practitioners in the specialized area of insurance securities law need a wide
range of full-text laws and regulations to complete their research and fully answer
insurance questions. Insurance Securities Law Reporter is devoted to these
particular information needs, delivering comprehensive coverage in one convenient
reference that will significantly reduce research time."
The Reporter, available in three loose-leaf volumes, on the Internet or on a
single CD-ROM, is updated monthly to keep users on top of the latest developments in this
growing area of law.
Comprehensive Coverage in a Single Source
The Insurance Securities Law Reporter brings together the laws and regulations
for all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico, and includes CCH
expert explanations and analysis.
Arranged for easy use, the Reporter includes tab guides dividing the volumes
into subject and state divisions. To ensure that professionals access the information they
need quickly, the arrangement of information in each state division is uniform, and
concise summaries highlight need-to-know information up front. A table of contents
provides a roadmap to each division, followed by an explanatory guide that delivers a
comprehensive summary of laws and regulations in each state.
Each state division within the thorough Insurance Securities Law Reporter contains:
Insurance Securities Laws presented in full text, with statutory references
- Insurance Securities Regulations covering rules governing the solicitation of
proxies, consents and authorizations of domestic stock insurers, as well as insider
trading of insurers equity securities;
- Legal Investment Laws covering the state legal investment laws prescribing
securities that may be purchased by banks, fiduciaries and insurance companies. The laws
are grouped by financial entity, with subdivisions for banks, fiduciaries and insurance
- Legal Investment Regulations presenting rules governing the legal investment
practices of banks, fiduciaries and insurance companies.
A court decisions division covers current court decisions, interpretations, rulings and
editorial summaries. Also featured is a convenient personnel list, which includes the
title and addresses of personnel in all state insurance administrative agencies.
"Insurance company corporate counsel, securities attorneys, trust officers,
investment managers, broker dealers and investment advisers all will find this new
reference to be an invaluable, convenient resource for keeping current with complex
insurance securities laws," said Kube.
Pricing and Availability
To order, or for more information on Insurance Securities Law Reporter, call
1-888-224-7377, or visit the CCH Business and Finance Group web site at http://business.cch.com. The Insurance
Securities Law Reporter in print is $750; on the Internet, $795; and on CD-ROM, $772.
About CCH INCORPORATED
CCH INCORPORATED, headquartered in Riverwoods, Ill., was founded in 1913 and has served
four generations of business professionals and their clients. The company produces more
than 700 electronic and print products for the tax, legal, securities, insurance, banking,
human resources, health care and small business markets. CCH is a wholly owned subsidiary
of Wolters Kluwer U.S. The CCH web site can be accessed at www.cch.com. The Business and Finance Group web site can be accessed at http://business.cch.com.
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