Department of Financial Services
Executive Deputy Superintendent for Insurance
Under the direction of the Superintendent for DFS, the Executive Deputy Superintendent for Insurance leads the Insurance Division and is responsible for all regulatory and supervisory issues, as well as enforcement matters, related to the Division's operating units. The Executive Deputy Superintendent determines policy and appropriate supervisory actions undertaken by the Department, and represents the Superintendent and the Department in meetings with government agencies and industry trade groups. This position requires direct contact with the Superintendent, Executive team, Senior and Deputy Superintendents, and Division management and staff on a daily basis as well as significant contact with insurance entities, attorneys, other state and federal regulatory agencies and the public. 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.