Daniel counsels clients on insurance-related developments at the state, federal and international levels, particularly those related to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), the Federal Insurance Office and the International Association of Insurance Supervisors. He also guides clients throughout the US insurance regulatory landscape as they seek to introduce new insurance products or processes to the US marketplace.
Daniel previously served as a policy advisor for the US Department of the Treasury. He was a senior advisor to the director of the Federal Insurance Office, where he advised on insurance policy and regulation. He also served as the designated federal official of the Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance, a Treasury-authorized advisory committee consisting of senior executives from Fortune 500 insurers and producers, state insurance commissioners and leading consumer advocates. In addition, Daniel co-authored a series of reports by the Treasury on banking, securities, asset management, insurance, and financial technology.
Internationally, Daniel acted as a US delegate on the on the Insurance and Private Pensions Committee at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). He provided advice on a number of bilateral and multilateral developments, including the Bilateral Agreement Between the United States of America and the European Union on Prudential Measures Regarding Insurance and Reinsurance (US-EU Covered Agreement).
Prior to his role at the Treasury, Daniel worked for the NAIC. He advised NAIC executives and state regulators on legal issues including the Federal Reserve’s authority to supervise insurers and insurance holding companies and the Financial Stability Oversight Council’s designation of insurers as systemically important financial institutions.
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