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The first three weeks of my tenure as Kansas Insurance Commissioner have reinforced my desire to make the Kansas Insurance Department as responsive, businesslike and constituent-friendly as we can. That is the only way to do our business of insurance regulation. (Read Insurance Matters )
Commissioner attends conference
The Kansas Insurance Department attended the KAIA Rural and Small Agents conference Jan. 28 in Hutchinson. We provided information helpful to consumers and agents at a booth and during a well-attended lunch presentation.
Ken Selzer, a former insurance industry executive and Certified Public Accountant, took the oath of office today as the 25th elected official to lead the Kansas Insurance Department.
Commissioner Selzer, a Republican from Leawood, KS, succeeds Sandy Praeger, who retired from office. He was elected in November 2014 for a four-year term as the Kansas insurance regulator.
Selzer, 61, ran on a platform of creating a more robust insurance market in the state, as well as strengthening the KID consumer and anti-fraud divisions.
“I look forward to serving the people of Kansas as Insurance Commissioner,” Selzer said. “I urge any Kansan with an insurance question or concern to reach out to KID through our consumer hotline, (800) 432-2484.”
Ken Selzer, CPA, was elected as the Kansas Insurance Commissioner in 2014 and began serving in that position on January 12, 2015. He previously worked in the reinsurance industry for more than 30 years, most recently as an Executive Managing Director for a worldwide brokerage and insurance services firm. (Read News Release )
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If you have questions or concerns about insurance, please contact our Consumer Assistance Division by calling toll-free 1-800-432-2484 (in Kansas only) or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.