$150K — $200K *
If so, Digital Partners might be the perfect fit for you!
Digital Partners is a property and casualty (re)insurer and Munich Re company. We partner with insurance startups and digital verticals who are disrupting the industry and changing the way consumers experience insurance.
We are currently looking for an Associate Counsel to join our Legal & Compliance team.
The majority of the Associate Counsel’s work will be 1) reviewing, revising and negotiating property and casualty insurance agency, reinsurance and claims service agreements and amendments and 2) advising Digital Parters’ internal product managers around operational and product level regulatory compliance requirements.
Associate Counsel will be required periodically to participate in and/or lead team trainings on contracting and legal compliance risk, and to support ad hoc projects supporting Digital Partners’ infrastructure build out, regulatory compliance audits, internal audits, etc. on an as-needed basis.
The relevant attorney will have 5+ years experience working for a property and casualty insurance carrier or in the insurance department of a law firm, and will have past experience reviewing, revising and negotiating property and casualty insurance agency, reinsurance and claims service agreements and amendments.
This individual will be expected to have a good understanding of primary insurance regulatory requirements, including compliance requirements for insurance operations, agent / managing general agents, surplus lines, consumer lines (home, personal auto, renters) and small to mid-market commercial lines (CGL, E&O, D&O, commercial auto, TNC products).
While not required, experience in one or more of the following is a plus:
Digital Partners (DP) was established at a time when digitalization is beginning to change the face of the insurance industry. DP partners with disruptors who are changing the way insurance is experienced by customers. DP’s clients are digital insurance start-ups. These are creative technology companies, but not necessarily equipped with a profound knowledge of insurance. They are making use of new technology and a better understanding of consumer expectations to increase efficiency in the insurance industry.
Valid through: 8/25/2020