Andrew N. Mais

Andrew N. Mais


(Northeast Zone)

Mailing Address

Connecticut Insurance Department
P.O. Box 816
Hartford, Connecticut 06142-0816

Phone: (860) 297-3800

Fax: (860) 566-7410

Street Address

Connecticut Insurance Department
153 Market Street, 7th Floor
Hartford, Connecticut 06103

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Andrew N. Mais was nominated as Connecticut's 33rd Insurance Commissioner by Governor Ned Lamont and began serving on March 4, 2019. The mission of the Connecticut Insurance Department is to protect consumers through regulation of the industry, outreach, education, and advocacy.

Previously a member of Deloitte’s Center for Financial Services, Mais primarily focused on the insurance sector—both US and internationally—serving as a subject matter specialist and resource on insurance regulation, providing expertise in corporate governance and responsibility in the public and private sector through his work at Deloitte and as a regulator and government official. Prior to that, he was a Director at the New York State Insurance Department (NYSID). He served four governors as part of the sr. leadership team through numerous events including the financial crisis of 2008 and major state and federal changes in health insurance regulations and laws. Before joining the NYSID, he served as director of a Connecticut nonprofit.

Mais has led various research teams; authored whitepapers on insurance issues; published articles in Best’s, Carrier Management magazine, and the Journal of Reinsurance; and has been quoted in trade publications, many of the largest general interest newspapers in the US, and the financial press. His expertise has been sought by organizations including the Government Accountability Office.

A graduate of Yale University, Mais has served in elected and appointed positions in New York and Connecticut, as well as on numerous boards. He most recently served as chair of the Council on Ethics of the town of Wilton, CT, where he lives with his wife, Susan, and is often visited by their daughter Jennifer. Other service includes the board of the Maritime Aquarium of Norwalk, a leading national institution with a mission that includes providing leadership in STEM education and training to students from under-served groups, as well as community education on the importance of the Long Island Sound.

His more than 30 years of community involvement includes past board memberships on the American Red Cross of Mid-Fairfield County; Board of Finance of the Town of Wilton (he was cited by the CT House of Representatives); Wilton Chamber of Commerce; Rotary Club of Wilton; The Teen Center of Wilton; Wilton Education Foundation; and numerous others.
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