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Job Posting Number: 346
Job Title: AVP, Compliance
Dept.: Risk Management
Job Type: Full Time, Exempt
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Establish and modify rules and procedures related to market conduct and compliance.  Direct related activities of the Baltimore Life Insurance Company and integrate compliance functions throughout the organization, so as to assure product and producer compliance with insurance regulations and laws as well as Company rules and guidelines.
1. Manage compliance staff, assuring resources are used in a way that supports corporate objectives.
2. Interpret new and existing laws and regulations and form recommendations for compliance in ways that are appropriate for Baltimore Life.
3. The candidate will have significant experience with the compliance issues associated with traditional life insurance products (eg. for life and fixed annuities).
4. Communicate the impact of new laws and regulations and oversee change management when policies and procedures require revision.
5. Develop, implement and maintain Company policies and procedures related to Market Conduct and Compliance.  
6. Provide training and support to bus
iness units to assure company practices comply with laws, regulations and Company rules.
7. Oversee the compliance audit program and monitor related corrective action activities.
8. Manage market conduct exam activities.
9. Maintain an active presence in appropriate industry associations to stay informed of changes in the marketplace, to network, and to stay abreast of best practices.
10. Experience with SERFF and product filing and development a plus.  
Skills and Qualifications:
This individual must possess a thorough knowledge of the insurance business, industry and products.   The ability to approach difficult issues tactfully but firmly is critical to the success of this individual. The ability to think strategically as well as tactically is required. The right candidate should also have familiarity with traditional compliance tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), as well considerable experience with regulatory research and analysis. Familiarity with compliance related solutions is also recommended. He or she must have outstanding organizational and communication ability and work well under pressure.  The individual must also exhibit a professional and calm demeanor and maintain a high level of integrity and credibility.  Given the confidential nature of many of the issues that are addressed in this area, this individual must possess the ability to maintain the confidence of senior management and the Board of Directors.  
Education and Experience:
BA, BS and 10 years of life insurance compliance work, and at least 5 years in a management role. Law degree is a plus, but not required. Advanced industry designation such as CLU and/or FLMI helpful.
Work environment:
This position functions within an air-conditioned office building where smoking is prohibited. This position functions in a high-pressure environment to meet deadlines. 40 hours minimum per week required.
Contact: Colleen Cornwell 410-581-6641

VP and Head of Regulatory Examinations 
Des Moines, IA, Brighton, MA, Hartford, CT 
Company Overview:
Global Atlantic is one of the fastest growing companies in the Life and Annuity industry. We are focused on the U.S. retirement and life insurance markets with a broad range of annuities and life insurance options, as well as reinsurance solutions. Our success is based on competitive and innovative product designs, leading investment management and integrated risk management, along with highly experienced leadership. 
Global Atlantic is looking for a diverse team of talented people who support our culture of collaboration and innovation. Our unique entrepreneurial culture encourages all employees to assume significant levels of responsibility. We are dedicated to the career development of our people because we know they are critical to our long-term success. Join our team and come grow with us.
Position Overview:
The Vice President and Head of Regulatory Examinations will join the Global Atlantic Compliance team [in Hartford, CT,  Brighton, MA or Des Moines, IA] and will be responsible for leading the day-to-day management and coordination of the regulatory examinations of Global Atlantic’s businesses, including its operating insurance companies and reinsured blocks of life insurance and annuities. A successful candidate should have extensive experience in the regulation of life insurance companies, with particular expertise in the market conduct examination process.
•Manage market conduct exam data gathering and submissions to stateinsurance departments within assigned deadlines
•Serve as Global Atlantic’s primary point person who interacts with theinsurance department representatives assigned to exams
•Submission of data requests, data review and data submission to requestingregulatory authorities
•Create and maintain reports to keep leadership apprised of exam status
•Establish inventories of exam findings, and track associated correctiveactions, due dates and accountable persons
•Build and maintain partnerships and serve as the compliance liaison tointernal stakeholders (legal, compliance, audit, finance, operations) who areinvolved in and support the exam process
•Serve as the subject matter expert and primary resource for market conductexams
•Identify and recommend process improvements that reduce workloads andimprove quality for the exam process
•Establish strong working relationships within the broader Legal andCompliance community across GAFG
•Bachelor’s Degree
•A Juris Doctor is a plus
•At least [6 to 8 years] in a senior position managing complianceprofessionals in an insurance company
•Advanced knowledge of state insurance laws, including the market conductexamination process
•Ability to make decisions, use independent judgment, establish prioritiesand work effectively on multiple initiatives concurrently while maintainingstrict attention to detail
•Ability to work with a geographically dispersed team
•Capacity to consider, process and filter large amounts of complexinformation quickly and identify appropriate actions in a fast-pacedenvironment
•Ability to work across enterprise and present complex matters to seniorbusiness leaders
•Strong communication skills, work ethic and high level of personalintegrity and accountability
•Business knowledge and acumen
•Direct experience interfacing with senior state or federal regulators
•Demonstrates the ability to use sound judgment and discretion regardingconfidential information
At Global Atlantic, enjoy a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, with a focus on pay equity and flexibility. We are proud to support work/life balance with flexible work arrangements that meet individual and business needs. A casual dress code, above-average paid time off, parental and military leave, adoption assistance and tuition reimbursement are just a few of the extra perks that make Global Atlantic a great place to work. We strive to foster a culture of total well-being through community outreach and charitable giving programs. Social platforms provide an environment to collaborate with others and participate in friendly competitions towards achieving physical, emotional and financial well-being. Our highly competitive health, retirement, life and disability plans can be tailored to best suit your needs and those of your whole family.
Global Atlantic is committed to creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels like they can meaningfully contribute to our success. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and we do not discriminate in employment on any basis that is prohibited by federal, state or local laws. We encourage qualified applicants from all demographics to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status.
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Primerica currently has the following opening at our corporate office in Duluth, Georgia:
The Sr. Compliance Analyst’s primary responsibilities are to work with departmental senior management to prepare and distribute documents for market conduct exams, assist with the market conduct annual statement (MCAS) submission, quality assessment compliance and the control testing program, internal audit inquiries and regulatory inquiries.  The position requires contact with other areas throughout the company and governmental agencies.  The candidate will lead the development and performance of the on-going monitoring and testing program in assigned business units.  In this regard, the position works closely with departmental staff and all management levels focusing on identifying key legal and compliance risks and control issues within the department as a result of regulatory changes, new products, and process and/or system changes. 
The role will also advise managers on establishing control processes and improvements, developing effective tests over those controls and developing and validating appropriate corrective action(s).  This position coordinates the test results, compiling and reporting overall results for senior management to review.
The Sr. Compliance Analyst is responsible for monitoring the overall control environment of assigned areas.  On an ongoing basis, this position works closely with the department’s management on the resolution of outstanding Internal Audit issues and corrective action plans. This position is also responsible for reviewing legislation and ensuring that new requirements are implemented as required.
The Sr. Compliance Analyst will assist in conducting comprehensive compliance reviews. More specifically, planning and executing reviews for regulations identified on the Life and Corporate Compliance Regulatory Risk Matrices.  The role will also assist with other regulatory reviews as assigned special projects, writing reports on any findings, tracking corrective actions; and validating the implementation of remediation plans. The Sr. Compliance Analyst will also be responsible for Agent Termination and Fraud Reporting.
Bachelor’s degree, Paralegal Certificate or equivalent business experience in the area of insurance industry regulation
Knowledge of insurance regulations
Minimum 5 years of insurance industry experience
Ability to manage a variety of tasks and meet rigid deadlines
Audit Experience
Strong Westlaw legal research, analytical and writing skills
Excellent interpersonal relationship and teamwork skills
Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) with the ability to communicate effectively at all employee levels including management
Strong project planning and implementation skills
Negotiation and presentation skills
If you are interested, please apply online at  
Primerica is a Main Street Company for Main Street North America. Our goal is to create more financially independent families. We are located in Duluth, GA. Primerica employees support our representatives to provide appropriate solutions through term life insurance, mutual funds, annuities and other financial products. We insured more than 5 million lives and have over 2 million client investment accounts. Our stock is traded on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “PRI”.
Four years in a row Primerica has been recognized by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as one of the best workplaces in Georgia! Over the past five years Primerica has consistently been voted Best Employer by Gwinnett Magazine in its special "Best of Gwinnett" winner editions.