CDI California Department of Insurance Case Study

California Department of Insurance (CDI)

The mission of the California Department of Insurance (CDI) is to oversee the vast majority of the insurance industry in California. This involves regulating over 1,500 insurance companies and more than 300,000 agents and brokers in California, as well as approving insurance products before they reach the market. As the largest consumer protection agency in California, CDI is responsible to protect insurance consumers by regulating the industry's practices and encouraging a healthy marketplace.  CDI’s Mission is to:>

  • Protect consumers;
  • Seek innovative ways to foster healthy and fair market competition;
  • Vigorously ensure that insurance companies fulfill their legal and contractual obligations;
  • Ensure that consumers have full and meaningful information about insurance products, companies and agents;
  • Maintain an open, equitable regulatory process; and
  • Fairly and impartially uphold the law.

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