Scott Fischer, former chief regulator for New York insurance, meets at Lemonade

Former Deputy Executive Superintendent for Insurance in the New York Department of Financial Services helps guide legal and regulatory strategy for a major player in the insurtech industry

NEW YORK, June 15, 2022– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Lemonade (NYSE: LMND), a social impact-powered digital insurance company, today announced the appointment of Scott Fischer as head of government relations and legal director of Lemonade Insurance Company.

While the first person in charge of relations with the Lemonade government, M. Fischer provides strategic advice on the laws and regulations that influence society and the orientation of the strategy around the relations with the main parties involved throughout the regulatory environment. insurance. In addition to serving as a Government Relations Officer, Mr. Fischer served as Legal Co-Director alongside Bill Latza. An essential part of Lemonade’s team since its inception, Mr. Latza plans to retire at the end of the year.

“Scott played a key role in the beginning of Lemonade, while the regulator analyzed the details of the activities, gave us the detention thread and finally granted us the license! Said Daniel Schreiber, CEO and co-founder of Lemonade. “He has been an attentive, impartial and demanding regulator, and his knowledge over time of the regulation of insurance on the one hand, and of Lemonade on the other, the fact that he is the ideal leader of our efforts in relations with the government. »

Mr. Fischer has been associated with DLA Piper International Law Firm, where he has represented international, national and local insurers and producers in their regulatory and compliance activities. More specifically, Mr. Fischer worked with the New York Insurance Regulatory Authority for nearly 10 years, eventually becoming the largest insurance regulator by serving as the Deputy Executive Superintendent of Insurance. New York State Department of Financial Services (NYSDFS) before giving up the public sector. While working at NYSDFS, Fischer led a department overseeing about $ 1,700 in New York-based insurers, with assets in excess of $ 4 trillion.

“I’ve spent years regulating an industry that works the same way, because it’s always been that way.” But not with Lemonade, ”Fischer said. “Society has challenged this orthodoxy since day one, when I will be licensed to operate in New York. The loop is now closed and I am finally part of the action, helping Lemonade grow and rethink the industry in a technology-driven world. »

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About Lemonade

Lemonade offers insurance for tenants, homeowners, automobiles, veterinarians, as well as life insurance. Based on artificial intelligence and behavioral economics, Lemonade’s full-stack insurance companies in the United States and the EU are replacing brokers and bureaucracy with robots and machine learning. zero paperwork and with all instant procedures. Certified B Corp, Lemonade donates unused bonuses to nonprofits 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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Forward-looking statements

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