CELINA — Caitlin Bair, Compliance Supervisor at Celina Insurance Group, recently earned the Market Conduct Management (MCM) designation.
The MCM program is administered by the Insurance Regulatory Examiners Society (IRES), a nonprofit organization that works to enhance the efforts of insurance regulators. The nationally recognized MCM program provides training on how to effectively manage market conduct examinations for regulators and insurance professionals.
“Market conduct exams are an important part of the insurance regulatory environment. Understanding how and why exams are conducted and being able to successfully coordinate them for a company are necessary skills for compliance professionals,” Bair said. “I will use this information to manage market conduct exams in the future while ensuring our current operations meet market conduct requirements.”
Bair attended Wright State University and has been with Celina for six years. She also holds Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Associate in Insurance (AINS) and Associate Compliance Professional (ACP) designations.
“Market conduct exams can be complicated, and this training will help Caitlin with any future exams,” Cathy Bigham, Director of Actuarial and Compliance, said. “Her attention to detail and knowledge of the insurance industry will serve her well as she continues in her career.”
Celina Insurance Group is comprised of four mutual property and casualty insurance companies. The companies provide protection for autos, homes, businesses and farms through more than 500 independent agencies in five states. Founded in 1914 with headquarters in Celina, Ohio, the organization is committed to supporting its policyholders and communities.