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Current Postings:

Job Title: Executive Director of the Arizona Guarantee Funds

The Arizona Department of Insurance is seeking a seasoned professional with expertise in insurance, finance and law, to direct, manage, administer and supervise all operations of the Arizona Life and Disability Insurance Guaranty Fund and the Arizona Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Fund (“Arizona Guaranty Funds”).  Collectively, the Arizona Guaranty Funds act as a safety net for Arizona citizens and businesses covered by insurance policies issued by an insurer that becomes insolvent.  The Arizona Guaranty Funds step into the shoes of insolvent insurance companies to pay obligations within statutory limitations.  Each of the Arizona Guaranty Funds is administered by a board established within the Arizona Department of Insurance. The Executive Director executes the powers and duties of each fund in accordance with the board’s plan of operation.


Senior Director of Insurance and Annuity Compliance
Minneapolis, MN
Job Description:
Senior level opportunity, providing leadership to compliance programs for two insurance companies and one distribution broker/dealer. Responsible for leading the compliance team that develops, implements and maintains policies, processes and controls that address risk mitigation and compliance with insurance and annuity rules and regulations. Highly visible role, partnering closely with senior and executive leaders on communications, presentations, issue statuses, and resolutions.
  • Provide day-to-day leadership to the Insurance and Annuities (I & A) Compliance team.
  • Establish compliance goals to meet business needs and provide leadership to direct reports, including coaching and development.
  • Serve as the enterprise subject matter expert on I & A Compliance matters and on projects involving I & A products (new and changed), sales practice processes, and regulatory matters.
  • Monitor, review, and create policies and procedures to comply with federal and state securities and I & A laws and regulations of the SEC and FINRA.
  • Work with various senior leaders across the enterprise to address complex issues.
  • Act as key I&A Compliance leader in dealing with regulators and regulatory matters.
  • Provide leadership and advice to business leaders and wholesalers regarding regulatory and compliance matters.
  • Proactively drive and lead compliance-related education, insight, and training to business partners and clients.
  • Monitor and implement any securities or I & A regulatory changes (federal and state) that may affect the company and ensure affected areas and/or applicable policies and processes (including forms) are compliant with new requirements.
Required Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
  • 10+ years or equivalent experience, which may include legal, product, or operational insurance or annuity experience.
  • Series 7 and 24 registrations (or ability to obtain within 120 days of hire).
  • Life/Health Insurance Agent License (or ability to obtain within 120 days of hire).
  • Knowledge of state insurance and annuity rules and regulations, FINRA and SEC rules and regulations applicable to the manufacture and distribution of insurance and annuity products.
  • Deep knowledge and experience in annuity and insurance products.
  • Executive presence; experience presenting to and dealing with senior and executive levels of management.
Preferred Qualifications:
FLMI, ACS and/or ALHC designations.
Preferred candidate may have background in compliance legal, operations, or products.
About Our Company:
With the right company, life can be brilliant. At Ameriprise, we’re not just in the business of helping clients with their financial goals — we also help our advisors and employees reach their true potential. Be part of an inclusive, collaborative culture that rewards you for your contributions and work with other talented individuals who share your passion for doing great work. You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to make your mark at the office and a difference in your community. So if you're talented, driven and want to work for a strong ethical company that cares, take the next step to create a brilliant career at Ameriprise Financial.

Director, Compliance -Life Insurance / Annuities
Job Description Summary
Manages and leads a staff in the development and implementation of strategic and tactical solutions to protect and minimize operational compliance risk to USAA. Provides operational compliance oversight for USAA, its affiliates, and USAA partnerships with external companies. Builds effective relationships with industry and regulatory authorities.
Job Description Tasks:
Provides oversight and manages the changing regulatory environment.
Directs the review of state and federal regulatory compliance requirements to include analysis of business impact/operational risk assessment for enacted laws/regulations and recommended company compliance actions to insure regulatory compliance.
Proactively identifies strategic and tactical regulatory solutions by providing compliance subject matter expertise for CoSA project/process/product initiatives.
Identifies compliance action plans that have regulatory impact on the company's business.
Directs research and feasibility studies to assess regulatory compliance impacts and recommended actions on CoSA initiatives.
Directs the implementation of appropriate strategic/tactical solutions for compliance business requirements.
Ensures adoption and identifies any outstanding compliance issues.
Directs the monitoring and managing of regulatory requirements and reporting.
Manages federal/state regulatory agency relationships to obtain regulatory approvals and provides required regulatory feedback.
Provides oversight for compliance adherence through self assessment programs and examinations.
Responsible for personnel actions for staff to include hiring, coaching, employee development, recognition, performance management, promotions, dismissals, and disciplinary action.
Determines action(s) required to best allocate resources.
Develops, monitors, and analyzes budgetary and/or operation performance of department resources.
Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor's degree required Or 4 additional years of related experience beyond the minimum required may be substituted in lieu of a degree.
8 or more years of industry experience.
3 years of leadership experience. Develop and manage talent.
Preferred Experience:
Experience to include one or more of life, health, annuity insurance products.
Advanced Compliance or legal experience to including managing exams, analyzing new laws and regulations, testing and monitoring.
Experience analyzing state and federal regulations.
Strategic experience developing and facilitating program enhancements.
Proven experience influencing, collaborating and briefing senior management.
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The Baltimore Life Insurance Company
Job Title: Senior Associate, Risk Management
Department Risk Management 
Reports To: Manager, Legal and Compliance
FLSA Status: Exempt
The Senior Associate, Risk Management completes compliance and market conduct assignments based on the needs of the Risk Management Department. The incumbent must be flexible and able to multi-task and adapt to change in priorities based on those needs.  
The incumbent will report directly to the Manager, Legal and Compliance, but may be called upon to assist other Risk Management Department managers, as needed. Therefore, this individual must be able to adjust to differences in management styles and expectations. 
This position requires interactions with both internal and external customers. Thus, the incumbent must possess excellent communication skills while providing superior customer service.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Include:
1. Successfully file products, forms, applications, etc. as needed to comply with state regulations or to meet corporate objectives.
2. Ensure completion and submission of regulatory reports as assigned. This will include annual state statutory reports, state reports submitted to the company via the CODE database or other regulatory reports as assigned.
3. Use of tools associated with the compliance function for regulatory research, communication and documentation.
4. Internal and external distribution of CODE compliance surveys, including follow-up for completion and recipient training, as needed.
5. Track and file Legal and Compliance agreements and contracts and assist with the department and corporate records management initiative.
6. Update departmental systems/tracking charts.
7. Complete audits and periodic reporting.
8. Complete projects and other tasks as assigned by Risk Management Department Managers, Chief Compliance and Risk Officer, Assistant General Counsel or General Counsel.
9. Assist as requested with regulatory complaints, agent investigations and audits.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
None at this time, although the ability and desire to supervise in the future is a plus.
Bachelor’s degree (Business, Insurance, English and Law disciplines desirable) and 5+ years of insurance industry experience, including 3 years in compliance related work.  
Desire to work in a corporate environment.  Experience in a corporate environment or regulated entity is preferred.  Previous regulatory experience is desirable.
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