Department of Consumer & Business Services
Division of Financial Regulation
PO Box 14480
Salem, Oregon 97309-0405
350 Winter Street NE, Room 440
Salem, OR 97301-3883
Andrew R. Stolfi was appointed as administrator of the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation and insurance commissioner in Feb. 2018. The division is part of the state's largest consumer protection and business regulatory agency, the Department of Consumer and Business Services. Stolfi is responsible for leading the agency's regulation of insurance, depository institutions, trust companies, securities, and financial products.
Previously, Stolfi spent six years in Switzerland at the International Association of Insurance Supervisors, most recently serving as chief operating officer and chief counsel. He was responsible for leading the operations, legal, communications, finance, risk management, and human resources functions. He was also a key advisor to the association's Executive Committee and served as its first communications officer.
Before joining the association, Stolfi served in various senior management roles at the Illinois Department of Insurance, including acting director, chief of staff, and special counsel for policy and legislative affairs. In Illinois, he developed and managed all aspects of the department's legislative agenda and day-to-day operations.
Stolfi was also an active participant at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, where he was appointed chair of the Corporate Governance Working Group.
His legal background includes serving as attorney and policy analyst in the Office of the Governor of the State of Illinois, as judicial law clerk for the Honorable Thomas E. Hoffman in the Illinois Appellate Court, First District, and as a special assistant corporation counsel for the City of Chicago Law Department.
Stolfi received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Vermont and a law degree with honors from Chicago-Kent College of Law. He resides in Salem with his wife and two children.