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McEvoy appointed Associate Commissioner of Operations for the Maryland Insurance Administration

​BALTIMORE – Commissioner Kathleen A. Birrane has appointed Sean J. McEvoy as associate commissioner of operations for the Maryland Insurance Administration.

Sean McEvoy.jpgAs associate commissioner of operations, McEvoy will oversee Maryland Insurance Administration operational units, including fiscal services, management information systems, human resources and facilities. He will partner with the commissioner, deputy commissioner and the senior management team to provide operational and administrative support for the Maryland Insurance Administration’s mission, goals and objectives.

McEvoy comes to the Maryland Insurance Administration with more than 30 years of experience in business development, marketing, finance and manufacturing in the public and private sector.

Most recently, he served as assistant commissioner of policy and consumer services for the Maryland Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation, where he acted as an advisor to the commissioner and was responsible for overseeing and directing all activities related to data reporting and statistical analysis, consumer and stakeholder outreach and education, legislative and regulatory response, policy support and the consumer complaint investigatory and resolution process. Notably, he established the student loan ombudsman for the agency. 

“Sean’s wealth of experience in management and operations will greatly benefit the Maryland Insurance Administration,” said Commissioner Birrane. “I look forward to working with him to take our great agency to an even higher level of efficiency and productivity on behalf of the people we serve.”

Prior to joining the Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation, McEvoy served as director of small business resources at the Maryland Department of Commerce, where he was responsible for supporting economic and job growth by acting as liaison, information provider, and ombudsman to resolve small business concerns quickly and efficiently. He also served as a finance specialist at the Department of Commerce where he underwrote $1 million in investments, $11.9 million in loans, $13.8 million in credit insurance and $324.9 million in tax-exempt bonds.

Earlier in his career, McEvoy was a credit analyst at M&T Bank. He holds an MBA in finance from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the University of Galway, Ireland.  

About the Maryland Insurance Administration

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