The Alaska Division of Insurance is a division of the Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development. With offices in Juneau and Anchorage, the mission of the Division of Insurance is to "assure competitive, viable, ethical, and lawful insurance is available to Alaskans."
Alaska Insurance Commissioner
The current Director of the Alaska Division of Insurance is Linda S. Hall. An 18-year resident of the state of Alaska, Ms. Hall has served as director since March of 2003. She has 18 years of experience as an insurance broker. She has also served as chair of the Alaska Workers Compensation Review and Advisory committee. Director Hall is also the past president of the Alaska Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers. She currently serves as Secretary of the Western Zone and chair of the National Insurance Producer Registry. Director Hall holds a BA from the University of Michigan and is a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter.
Alaska Annuity Resources
The Alaska Division of Insurance protects residents by enforcing Alaska's insurance laws, providing consumers with information and investigating consumer complaints against both insurance companies and insurance agents. The website has a page that defines for consumers the differences between immediate and deferred annuities. It also has information on new regulations on derivatives and other financial instruments that consumers may not be as familiar with. To learn more about how the Alaska Division of Insurance protects consumers, visit the website at http://www.commerce.state.ak.us/insurance. The division can also be reached by phone in Juneau at (907) 465-2515 and in Anchorage at (907) 269-7900.
|State Commissioner:||Linda S. Hall|
|Insurance Hotline:||(907) 465-2515|
|Annuity Guarantee Limit:||$100,000|