The North Dakota Insurance Department, established in 1889, is a state regulatory agency headed by the Insurance Commissioner. The Department maintains offices on the fifth floor of the State Capitol, 1701 South 12th Street in Bismarck and a third location in north Bismarck.
About 49 full-time staff members serve the public. The majority of employees are devoted to insurance regulation. A smaller number of employees perform the separately-funded functions assigned to the Department by the Legislative Assembly.
All fees and fines paid by companies or agents are deposited into the Insurance Regulatory Trust Fund, from which the money to operate the Department is appropriated by the Legislature.
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It is the mission of the North Dakota Insurance Department to protect the public good by fairly and effectively administering the laws of North Dakota. We are committed to vigorous consumer protection efforts while fostering a strong, competitive marketplace that provides consumers with choices and access to high-quality insurance products and services at competitive prices. In pursuit of our mission, we will treat all of our constituencies with the highest ethical standards and respect they deserve.