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New York

Department of Financial Services

Deputy Superintendent for Insurance

The Department of Financial Services (DFS) is seeking executive level applicants to fill a position of Deputy Superintendent for Insurance. The Deputy Superintendent for Insurance will report directly to the Executive Deputy Superintendent for Insurance on all matters related to the Insurance Division, including supervisory, transactional, regulatory, legislative, policy and enforcement matters. The Insurance Division is responsible for the supervision and regulation of the insurance industry in New York State - including nearly 1,800 insurance companies and more than 350,000 insurance producers - by establishing standards for financial solvency, market conduct, corporate oversight, and regulation, and monitoring the compliance of regulated entities with these standards. The Insurance Division is comprised of over 500 employees divided among four bureaus. The Health, Life and Property Bureaus are responsible for regulating health, life and property/casualty life insurance companies doing business in New York, respectively. In addition, the Producer Bureau is responsible for all aspects of the licensing, examination, supervision and discipline of insurance producers in the State.