Elias Begins Term as New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner


John Elias began his five-year term as New Hampshire Insurance Department Commissar. It was nominated by governor Chris T. Sununu and approved unanimously by the New Hampshire Executive Council in May.

“I was honored to be trusted with this responsibility,” Elias said in a press release issued by the New Hampshire Insurance Department. “I’m excited to start working on behalf of New Hampshire for this new role.”

Elias’ comic priority includes regulatory modernization, operational efficiency and efficiency following regulatory value, as well as the use of data and the improvement of regulatory accountability and success in reducing public accountability to improve market transparency.

In 2016, Elias joined the New Hampshire Insurance Department as a property and casualty manager and was promoted to assistant assistant. In his two years in the department, he focused on business processes, goal setting and accelerating pace entry speeds. He also conducted the first strategic planning initiative involving the department’s workforce development. In addition, several National National Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) have served on the committees and task forces and have been involved in the NAIC State Ahead strategic plan.

Commissioner Elias has more than 15 years of insurance sector experience in the areas of profit and loss, government relations and strategic projects. He served as vice president of two property and accident insurance companies, managing compliance, contracting, product and project teams. Worked with 16 state insurance regulators.

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