Insurance Regulatory Counsel – Property & Casualty. This position is open to remote candidates who are able to work during the core hours of the Eastern Time Zone.
This job provides the prospective candidate the opportunity to work with various teams throughout AIG including Underwriting (multiple lines of business), Comptrollers, Investments, Regulatory Reporting, Tax, and Litigation, as well as regulators.
This is a dynamic and client-facing position for a self-starting, intellectually curious lawyer who is willing to dive in to a number of challenging projects while at the same time tending to ordinary course matters needed to support the day-to-day responsibilities. The job requires an individual who can multi-task, manage and prioritize work flows. In this challenging and dynamic role, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate and expand your legal expertise by being responsible for various aspects within AIG’s regulatory team.
This position is primarily dedicated to providing insurance regulatory support for operations of AIG’s Property Casualty business. Areas of responsibility will include support of underwriting, comptrollers and other groups that need assistance in addressing particular aspects of state insurance law or federal law, as applicable. This will include drafting of filings with applicable regulators. The position will also require legal research, general policy review, and counsel of business partners.
Responsibilities Of This Position Will Include
- Support issues related to insurance policy rate and form filings.
- Support issues related to market conduct and financial exams.
- Prepare regulatory filings (e.g., Holding Company, and company licensing).
- Partner and interact with state regulators.
- Support issues related to consumer complaints, and information requests.
- Provide guidance concerning financial statement disclosures.
- Oversee monitoring of insurance laws and insurance department actions.
- Effectively work in a team environment, closely collaborate and provide team support with peers across Legal, Compliance and other control functions.
The Ideal Candidate Should Have
- 5+ years of major law firm or in-house experience in the insurance industry.
- Experience with Property & Casualty insurance strongly preferred.
- Experience handling insurance regulatory matters and demonstrable experience in one or more of the areas of responsibility.
- Problem-solving skills that demonstrate ability to critically evaluate and analyze issues and recommend well thought-out and/or creative solutions.
- Experience with drafting, mark-ups and negotiation of agreements.
- Demonstrated ability to work in a fast paced environment and to find creative solutions on diverse matters requiring complex legal and strategic analysis.
- Excellent written and oral communications skills.
- Strong organizational, time management and project management skills.
- Capable of working independently and/or as part of a team.
- Knowledgeable about regulatory and risk management functions.
- Good judgment and ability to provide timely legal advice.
- Ability to identify and develop solutions to legal and business risks.
- JD required.
- Admittance to at least one state.
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