Scott Fischer, Former Chief Regulator for New York Insurance, Joins Lemonade

Former Executive Assistant Superintendent for Insurance at the New York Department of Financial Services will help guide legal and regulatory strategy to a major insurtech player

NEW YORK, June 15, 2022-(BUSINESS WIRE)-Lemonade (NYSE: LMND), the social impact-powered digital insurance company, today announced the appointment of Scott Fischer as Head of Government Relations and Co-Head of Legal at Lemonade Insurance Company.

As Senior Head of Government Relations of Lemonade, Mr. Fischer will provide strategic advice on laws and regulations affecting the company and will drive strategy in relationships with key stakeholders throughout the company’s regulatory environment. insurance. In addition to serving as government relations officer, Mr. Fischer will serve as co-legal director with Bill Latza. An integral part of the Lemonade team since its inception, Mr. plans. Latza to retire at the end of the year.

“Scott helped in the early days of Lemonade as a regulator who thoroughly reviewed our business, gave us difficulty and ultimately awarded us our license! Said Daniel Schreiber, CEO and co-founder of Lemonade.” He has been a caring, impartial and demanding regulator, and his deep knowledge of insurance regulation on the one hand, and Lemonade on the other hand, makes him the perfect leader of our government engagement efforts. »

Mr. Fischer is a partner in the international law firm DLA Piper, where he represents international, national and local insurers and producers in their regulatory and compliance activities. Notably, Mr. Fischer worked with the New York Insurance Regulatory Authority for nearly 10 years, eventually becoming the leading insurance regulator serving as Executive Assistant Superintendent for Insurance at the New York State Financial Services (NYSDFS) before leave the public sector. While working at NYSDFS, Mr. Fischer led a department that oversees approximately 1,700 insurers operating in New York City, with assets in excess of $ 4 trillion.

“I’ve spent years regulating an industry that used to work the same way because, quite simply, it’s always been that way. But not with Lemonade, ”Fischer explained. “The company has challenged this orthodoxy since day one, when I gave it a license to operate in New York. It became full circle and I was finally part of the action, helping Lemonade grow and re -emerge. think of industry in a world driven by technology. »

To learn more about why Scott joined us, click here.

About Lemonade

Lemonade offers tenants, landlords, vehicles, veterinarians, and life insurance. Powered by artificial intelligence and behavioral economics, Lemonade’s full stack insurance companies in the US and EU are replacing brokers and bureaucracies with robots and machine learning, aiming to achieve zero paperwork and in all immediate procedures. Certified B Corp., Lemonade donated an unused bounty to non-profit organizations selected by its community at its annual Giveback event. Currently available in the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, and France, Lemonade continues to expand worldwide.

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