Last week, NAIFA-New Mexico testified before the Senate Economic Development and Policy Committee in support of having financial literacy be a graduation requirement for New Mexico public high schools. NAIFA-New Mexico President, Chad Cooper, who also serves as the Vice Chairman of the African American Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce and serves his clients as a financial advisor for Gateway Financial Advisors, Inc. and Mike McCaffrey, Vice President of Advocacy for NAIFA-New Mexico and agent with New York Life, provided oral comments to the committee.
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American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) President and CEO Susan Neely and NAIFA-NM Vice President of Advocacy Kenneth Bottari issued the following joint statement on the best interest annuity rule adopted recently by the New Mexico Office of the Superintendent of Insurance: