VP, Regulatory Actuarial Policy

at Global Atlantic Financial Group
Hartford, Connecticut, United States

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Global Atlantic Financial Group is a leader in the U.S. life insurance and annuity industry, serving the needs of individuals and institutions. Global Atlantic is a majority-owned subsidiary of KKR, a leading global investment firm that offers alternative asset management across multiple strategies and capital markets solutions.

Global Atlantic is looking for a diverse team of talented individuals who reinforce our culture of collaboration and innovation. We are dedicated to the career development of our people because we know they are critical to our long-term success. Join our team and come grow with us. 

The Vice President, Regulatory Actuarial Policy, will be based in either our Hartford, CT or Boston, MA office and will be responsible for assessing the business and financial impacts of new regulatory guidelines and requirements across Global Atlantic. Reporting to the SVP, Head of Regulatory and Government Affairs, this role will apply actuarial expertise to a broad range of regulatory matters impacting the approach to capital and other risks and lead key initiatives to address a fast-changing regulatory environment.

1. Engage insurance regulators on capital and actuarial issues to help mitigate regulatory risks to Global Atlantic. Assist management in developing appropriate advocacy strategies.

2. Attend and report on NAIC meetings that focus on capital and actuarial regulatory risks, including:

  • Life Actuarial Task Force
  • Life RBC Working Group
  • RBC Capital Investment Risk and Evaluation Working Group
  • Financial Stability Task Force
  • Macroprudential Working Group

3. Lead the execution of capital and actuarial initiatives that implement the advocacy strategies of Global Atlantic, such as:

  • Outreach to regulators on key issues
  • Drafting of comment letters to regulators
  • Organizing a coalition of like-minded companies to address key regulatory issues  
  • Analysis and recommendations regarding RBC and GCC regulatory proposals

4. Participate in Global Atlantic Committees 

5. Provide materials for management and internal communications on capital and actuarial regulatory risks

6. Take a leadership role in ACLI Committees and Subgroups

7. Participate as a member of committees and task forces that address regulatory risks of Global Atlantic

8. Monitor and report on the activities of other professional and trade associations that address regulatory risk, such as:

  • Society of Actuaries
  • Committee of Annuity Insurers (CAI)
  • Insured Retirement Institute (IRI)
  • Iowa Federation of Insurers
  • Others, as requested

9. Support Industry and Global Atlantic Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) activities

10. Perform other tasks as directed by the SVP, Head of Regulatory and Government Affairs

11. Travel as needed to carry out the above responsibilities


  • Bachelor’s degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics or Finance preferred
  • Qualified Life Actuary: Fellow of the Society of Actuaries required
  • 15+ years of relevant experience in the life and retirement market with strong life and annuities product knowledge
  • Strong understanding of current and emerging federal, state, and international regulatory issues involving capital requirements, stress testing, reserving, illustrations, and asset liability modeling guidelines
  • Solid organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to communicate and effectively on technical issues to a wide internal and external audience
  • Ability to learn quickly and work independently as well as being a strong team player
  • Drive, enthusiasm, creativity, and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Personal integrity, initiative, and leadership qualities






Global Atlantic’s total rewards package is reflective of our corporate values, particularly diversity, excellence and innovation, with a focus on inclusion, pay equity, and flexibility. We are proud to support your personal and professional growth and well-being through programs such as educational assistance, virtual physical therapy, remote/onsite fitness reimbursement, a medical second opinion program, pet insurance, military leave, parental leave, adoption assistance, fertility and family planning coverage. We strive to foster a culture of total well-being through community outreach and charitable giving programs.

We are active in our communities-

  • New York: Red Hook Conservancy, Girls Who Invest and The Bowery Mission
  • Boston: Cradles to Crayons, Project Bread, Let’s Get Ready, Rise Against Hunger, Salvation Army and many other local volunteer organizations in around the Boston area
  • Hartford: Habitat for Humanity, Foodshare, Humane Society, Hands on Hartford, Mercy Shelter and Dog Star Rescue
  • Indianapolis: Elevate Indianapolis, Gleaners Food Bank and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Batesville: American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Angels of Giving, Margaret Mary Health Foundation, Ripley County Community Foundation, Safe Passage, Batesville High School Sponsorships, local area youth sports and food pantries, as well as many others
  • Des Moines: United Way, Central Iowa Shelter & Services, Junior Achievement of Central Iowa and Make a Wish Foundation
  • Berwyn: Food drive and will be planning an event to help a local family over the holidays
  • Atlanta: Packaged Good Organization, which helps the most vulnerable community members with providing personalized care packages for people in need including the elderly, our armed forces, the homeless and hospitalized kids
  • Bermuda: Sponsor of a weekly feeding program operated by The Hamilton Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Social platforms provide an environment to collaborate with others and participate in friendly competitions towards achieving physical, emotional and financial well-being. Our highly competitive health, retirement, life and disability plans can be tailored to best suit your needs and those of your whole family.

Global Atlantic is committed to creating an inclusive environment where everyone can meaningfully contribute to our success. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and we do not discriminate in employment on any basis that is prohibited by federal, state or local laws.  More than that, we strive to be inclusive of all backgrounds and experiences, which we feel gives us a competitive advantage in the market and within our firm.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status.

Employees who require an accommodation to perform the essential functions of their job will participate in an interactive process which may include providing documentation. If you are hired and require an accommodation for any protected status, please email benefits@gafg.com.

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