Mayer Brown announced today that Jared Wilner has joined the firm as a partner in its Corporate & Securities practice and Global Insurance Industry Group in New York. He joins from Locke Lord LLP.
“Jared adds significant transactional and insurance regulatory experience to our US team, acquired from his stints as a former regulator at the New York Department of Financial Services and in-house at Prudential Financial, as well as in the course of advising various notable clients in private practice,” said David Alberts, a co-leader of Mayer Brown’s Global Insurance Industry Group. “His arrival expands the firm’s full service offering for our clients in the highly-regulated US insurance market.”
Jared focuses his practice on advising domestic, foreign and alien insurers, reinsurers, insurance intermediaries and other insurance industry participants on a spectrum of insurance regulatory and transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, investments, various distribution, services and other commercial contracts, reinsurance, insurtech, insurance product development, corporate governance, regulatory compliance and regulatory enforcement actions.
“Mayer Brown’s top-of-market insurance regulatory and transactional capabilities, including its in depth M&A, reinsurance, insurance-linked securities, and funds practices, experience advising on a broad spectrum of insurance regulatory issues under the US states’ insurance laws and regulations, as well as its collaborative team of insurance lawyers make it the ideal platform for me,” said Jared Wilner. “Our clients are facing an increasingly complex regulatory and commercial environment. Mayer Brown is well suited to assist its clients navigate that complexity to achieve successful business outcomes.”
“Jared’s combination of corporate and regulatory experience will provide exceptional value to our insurance industry clients,” said Matt Ingber, the managing partner of Mayer Brown’s New York office. “He’s a terrific addition to our growing insurance team in New York.”