Christina Rouleau to steer DFR Insurance coverage Division

Vermont Enterprise Journal Michael S Pieciak, commissioner of the Vermont Division of Monetary Regulation (DFR), introduced Thursday the appointment of Christina R. Rouleau as deputy commissioner of the Insurance coverage Division. Rouleau joined DFR in 2009 as assistant common counsel and have become director of the Market Conduct Part in 2012. In that function, she managed the crew that’s answerable for investigating and inspecting insurance coverage firms. In 2015, the Client Help Part merged with the Market Conduct Part and her supervisory duties have been prolonged to incorporate the workers that handles all shopper inquiries and complaints acquired by the division.

Christina Rouleau, DFR Insurance coverage Division deputy. DFR picture.

Governor Phil Scott stated he’s happy with Rouleau’s choice.

“The work accomplished on the Insurance coverage Division is essential to my Administration’s efforts to make Vermont extra reasonably priced and to revive religion and belief in authorities by means of sturdy oversight that protects Vermonters,” Scott stated. “I’m happy to have Christina deliver her years of expertise and management to this function, and know she’s going to serve Vermonters effectively.”

Pieciak agreed saying Rouleau’s expertise and experience within the discipline of insurance coverage is invaluable to the division.

“Vermonters have acquired thousands and thousands of {dollars} by means of enforcement actions as a direct results of her efforts. Chris is invaluable to our crew; she reveals initiative and seriousness of function whereas balancing many obligations,” he stated, “I look ahead to persevering with to depend on her good counsel and willingness to sort out robust points as she joins the opposite deputies in serving to me to supervise DFR.”

Rouleau stated she is grateful for the chance to proceed serving DFR and keen to start her new obligations.

“I imagine that my deep understanding of the regulatory course of coupled with my familiarity with the Insurance coverage Division will improve my potential to be an efficient chief,” she stated, “I’m proud to work with this proficient and hard-working workers and I look ahead to persevering with the division’s dedication to shopper safety.”

A graduate of Woodbury Faculty, Rouleau launched into a four-year Legislation Workplace Examine Program on the Vermont Lawyer Normal’s Workplace and was admitted to the Vermont Bar Affiliation in 2006.  She later labored as an assistant lawyer common previous to becoming a member of DFR. 

Rouleau replaces Kaj Samsom who was named commissioner of the Vermont Tax Division in January. She begins her new job instantly.

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