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Member Benefits

As a member, your company can:

  • Help determine the future direction of Indiana's insurance market
  • Vote on issues and policies, which help to shape Indiana's insurance climate
  • Help develop the Institute's proactive legislative agenda
  • Be a member of the Institute's Board of Directors
  • Participate on decision-making committees and subcommittees

The Insurance Institute of Indiana is a full service state trade association representing property/casualty, life and health insurance companies operating in Indiana.

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Founded in 1947, the Institute's primary focus is government affairs. The association advocates the interests of its member companies before the Indiana General Assembly and various departments of state government such as Indiana Department of Insurance; Worker's Compensation Board of Indiana; Bureau of Motor Vehicles; and Department of Financial Institutions.

The Institute attends and closely follows happenings with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and the National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL).

Through the Institute's Board of Directors and committee structure, the member companies of the Institute develop and support a proactive legislative agenda aimed at furthering the Institute's goal of preserving and improving the insurance climate in Indiana.

With its long history of successes and highly experienced staff, the Institute has been acknowledged as one of the most influential organizations lobbying the Indiana General Assembly.

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The Institute is very much a member driven association. And, we would like your company to be a part of it!

As a member, your company would have a seat on the Board of Directors and a voice at the decision-making table. Your company would be represented on the Institute's many different committees that help guide the association and the Indiana industry on legislative and regulatory issues.

Additional membership benefits include:

  • Access to voting records for Indiana legislators
  • Shaping case law via the amicus curiae program
  • An active Grassroots Network
  • An Insurance Political Action Committee (IPAC)
  • Ability to utilize staff expertise and in-depth knowledge on the internal workings at the Indiana Statehouse
  • Access to the association's interactive web site, including legislative services
  • Being well-informed and having immediate access to legislative and regulatory happenings that affect Indiana's insurance industry and your business in the state
  • Member interests' advocated throughout the state's media outlets
  • Participation at roundtables with the Commissioner of Insurance