Compliance Analyst

Location: Clearwater, FL
*** SERFF Experience Required
***Third Party Administration/Health Insurance Experience preferred

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned as necessary):
  • Prepare state filings for forms, rates and advertising. Includes contact with clients to obtain necessary information, completion of filing forms, check requests, Flesch scores, filing letters, assembling filings and any other necessary preparation via SERFF and paper if applicable.
  • Prepare rate increase filings for clients.
  • Advertising filings client generated forms prepares for actual filings.
  • Objection Letters forwards to clients and copies Compliance Director to resubmit to the DOI.
  • Maintain status reports for all filings (includes rate, advertising, and form filings) for all clients.
  • Responsible for release internally and externally approval files.
  • Scanning documentation for Electronic Binders.
  • Research on insurance related subjects and release the weekly TRAX report on a rotating basis.
  • Facilitate completion of consumer complaints for all clients in an efficient manner and work with the Operations Directors to finalize the complaint response.

  • Electronic document library, reports, memos when applicable.
  • Communications with State Insurance Department and other regulatory entities when necessary.
  • As needed, miscellaneous duties as assigned by management.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Must be knowledgeable and experienced in insurance compliance, specifically A&H forms (life only is not acceptable), all aspects. Must be knowledgeable and experienced with computer and various software programs specific to Compliance (example: Wolters Kluwer NILS). This includes use of the internet and how to access the State Insurance Departments. Understanding of legal terminology applicable to insurance. Understanding of content of actuarial memorandums (to the extent that it can be read when necessary for filing purposes). Ability to concentrate and research. Honesty, as well as respect, for the company and its policies & procedures is crucial.

  • Four (4) year college degree or FLMI and/or AIRC, and minimum of four (4) years in a Compliance position
April A. Estes
Senior Recruiter
720-439-2609 Direct
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