Sr. Regulatory Counsel

Location: United States
Office Locations: Flexible


Job Title:                     Senior Regulatory Counsel

Job Summary:             Responsible for the oversight and management of one or more US compliance segments, such as Regulatory Affairs, Products, Filings, Licensing, Claims, LA&H, Privacy or Corporate Secretarial.


Key Responsibilities: 

  • Manage colleagues assigned to their compliance segments, providing them with appropriate levels of training, coaching, mentoring and oversight.
  • Ensures that legislative changes and proposals relevant to their compliance segments are properly monitored, and that colleagues, management and affected personnel are advised accordingly.
  • Accountable within their segment that Beazley is compliant with federal and state regulatory requirements, as well as Beazley’s standards.
  • Called upon, as necessary, to review and draft contracts, proposals, marketing agreements, RFPs, NDAs, producer agreements, manuals, policies, customer service letters, and other business documents.
  • Review and draft materials provided to regulators, or in response to legal proceedings.
  • Conduct legal research and provide written and verbal legal opinions on a variety of insurance and business issues.
  • Interact and negotiate with regulators and other government officials, including responding to data calls, inquiries, market conduct examinations and investigations.
  • May be called upon to develop and deliver regulatory and compliance training programs, or other communications to staff. 
  • Provide due diligence for acquisitions, new program business, third party administrators, vendors and new products.
  • Develop, draft update and provide guidance on corporate policies and procedures, as necessary. 
  • Perform other functions related to regulatory compliance and legal counsel at the direction of management.
  • Manage outside legal counsel and other service providers to ensure effective and cost-efficient services.
  • Conduct internal investigations as directed by management.
  • Report to boards and committees as required.



At Beazley we are committed to doing the right thing because it is the right thing to do.  It is important that within all your interactions both internally and externally you adhere to this principle through adoption of Beazley’s core values and behaviours – PIED and Being Beazley.  


  • Adopt the Beazley culture of Professionalism, Integrity, Effectiveness and Dynamic that contributes to an internal environment of teamwork and promote a positive brand image and experience to our external customers.

  • Comply with Beazley procedures, policies and regulations including the code of conduct.  Undertake training on Beazley policies and procedures as delivered by your line manager, the Talent Management development or assurance teams (compliance, risk, internal audit) either directly, via e-learning or the learning management system.

  • Display business ethics that uphold the interests of all our customers.

  • Ensure all interactions with customers are focused on delivering a fair outcome, including having the right products for their needs.

  • Comply with any specific responsibilities necessary for your role as outlined by your line manager, the Talent Management or assurance teams (compliance, risk, internal audit) and ensure you keep up to date with developments in these areas.  This may include, amongst others, Beazley’s underwriting control standards, Beazley’s claims control standards, other Beazley standards and customer relationship management.

  • Carry out additional responsibilities as individually notified, either through your objectives or through the learning management system.  These may include membership of any Beazley committees or working groups.


Personal Specification:

Education and Qualifications

  • Juris Doctorate (JD) and member in good standing of a state bar association; CT bar or CT Authorized House-Counsel

  • 10+ years in legal/compliance capacity supporting the insurance industry or other appropriate experience


    Skills, Abilities, Knowledge and Experience

  • Strong and effective verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong interpersonal skills with demonstrable ability to work well in teams, or alone

  • Highly motivated with the ability to manage time, meet deadlines and prioritise

  • Strong knowledge of both the admitted and surplus lines insurance markets and regulatory environment

  • Has a proven ability to effectively manage people, either as a direct line manager, or a project manager leading others

  • Strong relationships with state insurance department personnel

  • Demonstrable ability to provide relevant, accurate and timely management information

  • Extensive experience in performing regulatory research with a superior ability to review, analyse and evaluate statutes, regulations and other materials to provide targeted, timely and well-crafted guidance to the business

  • Good working knowledge of MS Office


    Aptitude and Disposition

  • Outcome focused, self-motivated, flexible and enthusiastic

  • Professional approach to successfully interact with managers, colleagues, external suppliers and regulators


    Organizational Competencies

  • Achievement drive

  • Customer focus

  • Team working

  • Attention to detail

  • Ability to work effectively with both internal and external parties

  • Firm and diplomatic

  • Friendly and approachable

  • Open to new ideas and ways of working

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