Missouri Department of Insurance coverage Director John M. Huff has actually selected five experienced regulatory authorities to brand-new and expanded leadership functions.
Angela Nelson, director of the Market Policy Division, has actually been charged with the added responsibility of chief industry intermediary where she will establish and maintain strategic relationships with the insurance coverage market to advance the department’s objective and efforts. Nelson brings strong credentials to her new position, having worked her way up to leadership roles since signing up with the department in 2002. She was appointed director of the Division of Market Policy in 2011. She previously was director of the Department of Consumer Affairs.
Carrie Couch has been named director of the Division of Consumer Affairs. She began her career with the department 15 years ago in the legal section. In 2007, she became an unique detective for the division, was promoted to chief of examinations in 2010 and then designated acting director in 2014.
John Rehagen has been appointed director of Business and Captive Regulation. He will certainly manage insurance company solvency policy in addition to the growing $5.1 billion Slave Insurance coverage Program. Given that Rehagen established the program in 2007, 51 slaves have been accredited, consisting of a record 12 last year. Rehagen formerly worked as acting director and deputy director of the Department of Company Regulation. He signed up with the department in 2003 as a financial examiner and monetary expert.
Grady Martin has handled added duties as director of Administration and Innovation, leading the departments technology efforts, in combination with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, to continue the modernization of insurance regulation in Missouri. In 2011, he was promoted to sirector of the Department of Administration, which provides services to all departments, consisting of spending plan, legislation, personnels and information innovation. He joined the department in 2004 as budget director.
Leslie Nehring has been designated chief financial examiner. She first joined the department in 2003 as a financial examiner, a position she held for 5 years prior to entering the privateeconomic sector. She returned in 2009 as an examiner-in-charge and in 2014 was promoted to acting chief financial examiner.
Source: Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Specialist Registration (DIFP)