Insurance State Filing Team Leader

At USLI, we are committed to making a positive impact in the insurance industry and beyond. Our mission is to provide exceptional service while fostering a diverse and inclusive community where everyone feels valued and empowered to succeed. Join us in our journey to strengthen our community and culture while driving meaningful change.

Job Responsibilities Include

Manage all aspects of property and casualty rate, rule, and form filings.
Prepare and submit filings, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.
Track team members filing activity and prioritize workflow accordingly.
Negotiate approvals with state insurance departments.
Review state objections and propose responses in collaboration with team members, underwriting, and actuarial departments.
Update endorsements to comply with state regulations.
Serve as a company resource for inquiries regarding new filings and the status of pending or approved filings.
Create and maintain the State Filing Department’s procedure manual and related materials.
Lead a team of filing professionals to assist in the statutory filing process.

At USLI, our goal is to strengthen our community and culture by representing all races, genders, religions and sexual orientations. We continue to move conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion forward to ensure every community member has a sense of belonging, a voice and a seat at the table.

USLI provides full-time community members with a comprehensive benefits package, access to wellness programs, continuing education resources, and multiple opportunities to get involved with charitable organizations.

All positions are required to work on-site 75% of the time unless indicated otherwise in the job description. Candidates can discuss additional details with the hiring leader.

Senior State Filing & Compliance Analyst

Martin & Company is a leading industry consulting and advisory firm for the U. S. insurance market. Our core business segments include State Filings; Company Licensing; Compliance & Regulatory; Product Development; Actuarial Consulting and Competitive Intelligence. Our firm continues to see growth in all areas and we currently have an excellent opportunity in our State Filings, Regulatory and Product Development unit. We are seeking a qualified candidate to join the most experienced state filing team in the industry.

Product Compliance Consultant

Provide high-level complex compliance services through in-depth legal research and design, development, implementation and maintenance of superior, legally defensible, and system compatible group Paid Family and Medical Leave products primarily.
Work autonomously and exercise judgement and discretion in making decisions.
Maintain and enhance The Standard’s favorable reputation with state insurance departments, professional organizations, and competitors.

Annual Salary: $84,000.00 – $143,000.00

Regulatory Compliance Specialist

As a Regulatory Compliance Specialist, you will play an integral role in the non-product regulatory compliance program for Hagerty, ensuring that Hagerty promotes an organizational culture that encourages ethical business conduct and a dedication to compliance with the law, resulting in a positive image to associates, customers, vendors, and the community. This position will ensure that sufficient internal policies and controls, reasonably capable of reducing the likelihood of improper conduct, are in place.

In this role you will collaborate with leaders across the business to provide valued strategic support. This involves building strong relationships throughout the organization and finding opportunities to educate the Company on what compliance is and why it is important to our collective success. You will be responsible for providing various forms of regulatory compliance support including legal research, regulatory change management, compliance issue resolution, complaint response, audit and market conduct exam support, and enterprise project support.

Ready to get in the driver’s seat? Join us!

What you’ll do:
Perform research on regulatory questions and issues and provide direction to applicable areas of the Business.
Provide valued and timely support to the Claims, Product, Underwriting, and Compliance teams, and other areas of the Business, as needed.
Review consumer complaints, review draft responses, research applicable requirements, and track the status of complaints to ensure complete and timely response.
Investigate and resolve compliance issues; Provide documentation and solution drafts per quality and timing requirements.
Communicate regulatory changes to applicable teams and oversee required changes to systems and processes.
Provide support on external audits and market conduct exams, delivering complete and timely responses.
Complete projects per timing and quality requirements (e.g., company-wide communications, legal charts and tables, policies and procedures, training materials).
Maintain overall general knowledge of insurance industry and Hagerty’s business operations, policies, and procedures.
Work closely with teams across the Organization on various enterprise initiatives and regulatory compliance projects, as needed and required.

This might describe you:
Proven work experience relevant to regulatory or insurance compliance.
Strong analytical, research, and organization skills.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Possess a supportive and responsive manner.
Excellent ability to exercise independent judgment and the ability to work with minimal direction.
Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and work under deadlines.
Proficient at using Microsoft business products (Word, Excel, Outlook).

Over and above:
College degree or paralegal certificate.
Strong understanding of relation between insurer, agent, insured, insurance laws/regulations, licensing requirements, and structure of insurance companies.
Experience with online research websites (Westlaw and Oden) and internet searches.
Experience with relationship-building and negotiation.

Other things to note
This role can be worked from any U.S. remote location.
Familiarity with public company requirements, including Sarbanes Oxley and key regulations, if applicable. For SOX compliant roles, responsible for designing, executing, and documenting internal controls where they have been identified as owners to prevent errors in financial reporting, processes, and business operations. Including attestation to the completeness, accuracy, and compliance of all financial reporting data, where applicable.

Say hello to Hagerty
Hagerty is an automotive enthusiast brand and the world’s largest membership organization for car lovers. Along with being a best-in-class provider of specialty insurance for enthusiasts, Hagerty is also home to the Hagerty Drivers Foundation, Garage + Social, Hagerty Drivers Club, MotorsportReg and so much more. Committed to saving driving for future generations, each and every thing Hagerty does is dedicated to the love of the automobile.

Hagerty is a rapidly growing company that values a winning culture. We provide meaningful work for, and invest in, every single team member.

At Hagerty, we share the road. We are an inclusive automotive community where all are welcomed, valued and belong regardless of race, gender, age or car preference. We are united by our shared passion for driving, our commitment to preserve car culture for future generations and our desire to make a positive impact in the world.

If you reside in the following jurisdictions: Illinois, Colorado, California, Washington, New York, or Jersey City, New Jersey, British Columbia, Canada please email [email protected] for compensation, comprehensive benefits and the perks that set us apart.

Annual Salary: Apply for more information

Compliance Analyst II

As a Compliance Analyst II for Navy Mutual you will play a critical role in supporting the execution of the strategic priorities of the Compliance Department, specifically those initiatives surrounding Sales, Member Services and Claims.  We are not just looking for anyone… we are looking for the right person to bring their professionalism, knowledge and drive to succeed to Navy Mutual.

What will you be doing?

*Support efforts related to departmental compliance audits and risk assessments, including scheduling, documenting and reporting related to the same.   
*Monitor/track, review and propose revisions to departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), with emphasis on Sales, Member Services and Claims.  
*Support the Director of Compliance and the General Counsel with compliance-related investigations. 
*Advise the training and development team to ensure the training curriculum reflects industry best practices.   
*Maintain effective relationships with industry organizations, and other external stakeholders to stay abreast of regulatory developments and industry trends. 
*Uphold and promote a culture of ethical conduct within the Association, including integrity, professionalism, and truth in all business dealings. 
*Remain current with life insurance compliance best practices; research and regularly communicate changes in regulatory guidance and bulletins, with an emphasis on the State of Virginia and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals (AICP), the Association of Commercial Life Insurers (ACLI) and other industry groups.  

Annual Salary: Salary based on experience and location. Full-time Salary Range for Grade in Arlington, VA: $70,728.26 to $106,092.39 per year; Discretionary bonus, subject to Board approval: For 2024, up to 8% of base compensation (capped at $20K)

Director of Product Development & Training

As a Director of Product Development & Training for Navy Mutual you will play a critical role in ensuring the compliance of sales, marketing, and new business activities, protecting the Association’s interests, and maintaining a strong compliance culture within the organization. The Director of Product Development & Training will maintain effective relationships with industry organizations and other external stakeholders to stay abreast of regulatory developments and industry trends. We are not just looking for anyone… we are looking for the right person to bring their professionalism and knowledge to our team.

What will you be doing?

Product Development: The Director of Product Development & Training will partner closely with product development consultants and internal stakeholders, including the Actuary and Sales teams, with the goal of facilitating the successful launch of new products in a manner that is both efficient and compliant with regulations.

Operational Effectiveness: In concert with the Director of Compliance, the Director of Product Development & Training will also develop, implement, and maintain a comprehensive sales, marketing and new business compliance program that aligns with relevant laws, regulations, and internal policies, with particular emphasis on federal consumer protection laws, Virginia laws and regulations and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) model rules.

Training & Development: The Director of Product Development & Training will oversee the Association’s training and development program and will foster an environment that ensures employees possess the necessary knowledge and skills to comply with applicable laws, regulations, and Association policies.

Annual Salary: Salary based on experience and location. Full-time Salary Range for Grade in Arlington, VA: $151,129.37 to $241,806.99 per year; Discretionary bonus, subject to Board approval: For 2024, up to 23% of base compensation (capped at $40K)

Product Manager I – Personal Lines

1. Summary:
This position is responsible for working with the Product Compliance Team to develop and manage products that support corporate growth and profitability initiatives. In this role, you will be responsible for reviewing materials, analyzing data, providing recommendations and supporting implementation of product initiatives.

2. Functions:
a. Stay current with the market to understand key trends impacting markets, customers, products, services, and operational processes.
b. Maintain awareness of regulatory and compliance issues related to products.
c. Based on analysis of trends and market needs, recommend product solutions to support corporate growth initiatives and profitability.
d. Review product changes from rating bureaus, as needed and make recommendations for implementation.
e. Assist in monitoring the success of product initiatives.
f. Assist in the development of materials for filings.
g. Work with the implementation team to support product initiatives.
h. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Product Compliance.

3. Qualifications:
a. Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience preferred
b. One to three years of experience in insurance product management.
c. Technical knowledge of coverages, rates, rules, and forms required.
d. Working knowledge of ISO/AAIS circulars and bulletins preferred.
e. Ability to analyze and articulate complex coverage matters and rating processes required.
f. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment required.
g. Creative problem-solving abilities required.
h. Strong communication and presentation skills (written and verbal) required.
i. Proficiency in office suite (MS Office Pro: Word, Excel), database management, email, and scheduling; ability to learn company computer systems required.
j. Ability to work flexible hours, travel to all organization offices (including in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and South Dakota).
k. Ability to work in an office environment with moderate noise level, remain in a stationary position and operate a computer a majority of the time required.
l. Ability to move throughout the office to access work materials and to move work materials weighing up to ten pounds daily required.
m. Ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation required.

CORPORATE COMPLIANCE ANALYST – DATA AND OPERATIONS

About TMHCC:
Standing still is not an option in the current world of Insurance. TMHCC are one for the world’s leading Specialty Insurers. With deep expertise in our chosen lines of business, our unparalleled track record and a solid balance sheet, TMHCC evaluates and manages risk like no one else in the industry. Looking beyond profit, empowering our people and delivering on our commitments are at the core of our customer values, and so is a desire to grow and provide creative and innovative solutions to our clients. We have doubled our gross written premiums in the past 3 years and our plan is to do so again in the next 3 years. To support this desire, we need to be forward-thinking and innovative in every respect. That means continually improving our customer-focused business, it means providing systems, solutions, and technology to enable seamless growth and business innovation, and it means having the best people capability to apply to these challenges.

Part of our evolution involves growing our team, and bringing in a range of views, perspectives and backgrounds that will allow us to deliver this forward-looking culture, that relies upon open and trusting relationships, and a shared vision for that continual improvement. We aspire to build an environment where new perspectives are encouraged, where resilience, fresh ideas and different opinions are valued.

What we offer:
Competitive salary and employee benefit package.
Strong learning culture.
Growth perspectives.
6% 401K match
20 days of PTO and 2 Floating Days.
Paid parental leave.
An opportunity to love what you do.

About the team:
We are looking for a Corporate Compliance Analyst who will be responsible for effectively extracting/collecting, preparing, and submitting statistical data to the regulatory agencies, within required timeframes and according to the specifications set forth by the regulatory agencies. You will serve as the subject matter expert for all compliance-related insurance policy and claims data requirements. Provide general assistance to the Corporate Compliance department and business unit compliance personnel, and other projects as needed.

Key Responsibilities:
• Ensure statistical reporting compliance.
• Extract and collect statistical data from data warehouse.
• Respond to inquiries from regulatory agencies by meeting all deadlines imposed by the regulatory agencies and Corporate Compliance Department.
• Implement reports and processes to aid in improvement of compliance data quality.
• Help to identify areas for development and implements revisions and automation to internal statistical reporting processes to improve efficiency and quality.
• Partner with other business stakeholders including, but not limited to IT, business units, and corporate accounting.
• Prepare written and verbal communications/presentations on areas of responsibility/expertise for presentation to compliance and other personnel.
• Engage in insurance regulatory research relating to compliance issues presented.
• Support Compliance Operations projects as requested.

Minimum Knowledge, Qualifications and Education Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in business accounting, business intelligence, data science, finance, or equivalent business experience.
2 years of relevant and progressive professional experience.
Understanding of regulatory frameworks.
Demonstrated experience in quantitative and qualitative data analysis, using tools such as Microsoft Excel, SQL, and business intelligent platforms such as Power BI.
Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills.
Insurance experience preferred.

Annual Salary: $63,000 – $83,000 – Ultimate salary offered will be based on factors such as applicant experience.

Product Development Specialist – Compliance

Philadelphia Insurance Companies is looking to add a Product Development Specialist to join our Compliance team.

Product Development Specialist – Compliance

Develop new products and revise existing products by developing and/or amending Coverage Forms and endorsements, and rate rule pages.
Collaborate with Underwriting, Actuarial, Claims and Information Technology departments on Product Development projects.
Be aware of regulatory and legal changes that may affect business.

A typical day will include the following:
Develop and/or amend coverage forms and endorsements, and rate rule pages.
Develop explanatory memos to be sent to the DOIs.
Research competitor filings.
Review regulatory and legal changes and update forms and rules as necessary to ensure our products are compliant.
Collaborate with Underwriting and Actuarial to determine intent of project and desired rating.
Work with Claims on form language.
Assist State Filings with preparing filing material to be submitted to the DOIs.
Respond to DOI objections, collaborating with Underwriting and Actuarial as needed.
Review system requirements with IT for programming, ensuring they match the filing.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s or higher degree from a four-year College, University or Graduate School, preferred.
P&C Commercial Underwriting experience preferred.

Annual Salary: • National Range $77,700-$86,300. • Ultimate salary offered will be based on factors such as applicant experience and geographic location.

Manager, Compliance

This opportunity is for a managerial position on our Product Compliance team. This position reports into the Legal/Regulatory department and principally supports AmTrust’s property & casualty products written by its retail and program business units. The core lines of business are Businessowners, Commercial Auto, Commercial Property, and General Liability, all of which are ISO based.

The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a solid understanding of AmTrust’s mission, vision, and values and will steadfastly uphold the standards of the AmTrust organization.

Responsibilities:
1. Preparation and submission of SERFF filings that support product enhancement and expansion initiatives developed by AmTrust’s product and actuarial teams for all 51 jurisdictions, including hands-on responsibility for directly overseeing a line of business and self-filing in SERFF.
2. Manages a small (2-3 member) team of compliance professionals for high performance, determined by meeting agreed-upon deadlines, demonstrated high quality work product, and maintaining staff engagement with AmTrust’s goals and mission.
3. Manages multiple insurance product filing initiatives. Keeping in touch with product leaders for changes in scope, changes in priority, and providing timely status.
4. Monitors the activities of the Insurance Services Office (ISO) for one or more lines of business for 51 jurisdictions. Documents and advises product management of relevant changes that affect AmTrust products.
5. Interfaces with internal stakeholders (e.g., product development, actuarial, IT) and state regulators to resolve objections to proposed insurance products and broadly ensures compliance with state regulations concerning line of business.
6. Maintains historical records supporting all admitted product creations, revisions, and amendments implemented on our P&C carriers, including documentation necessary to demonstrate our companies’ compliance to state examiners.
7. Works with I/T on product implementation and system programming, when/if Compliance guidance is required; provides guidance to Operations, when/if needed, on certain insurance practices.
8. Keeps current with market trends pertaining to the line(s) supported.
9. Communicates to business clients and Product Compliance team members changes to relevant state statutes.
10. Performs other functionally related duties as assigned.