Michael Blackshear serves as Global Chief Compliance Officer with responsibilities for maintaining and growing an effective compliance and regulatory framework for RSG. He has over 27 years of financial service and executive experience in the areas of compliance and risk management.
Prior to joining RSG, Michael was the North America Chief Compliance Officer for Chubb Insurance Group, developing and maintaining their North American compliance program. Michael was primarily responsible for the North American compliance framework integration and transformation during the ACE/Chubb merger.
Before his time with Chubb, Michael held various leadership roles with Marsh & McLennan Companies, focusing on compliance and government affairs. Before joining Marsh, he held compliance and risk management-oriented advisory roles for both KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers. He began his insurance career as an underwriter for Continental Insurance Company and then as a casualty broker with Alexander & Alexander Insurance Brokerage Firm.
Michael has been honored by both Syracuse University, receiving the Chancellor’s Citation, the University’s most exclusive honor, in recognition of his significant career and civic achievements, and by Fordham’s Black Law Student Association, receiving the Annual Ruth Whitehead Whaley Award for being a prominent alumnus in the field of Compliance. Michael now lectures as an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School, providing an introductory course in the rapidly growing field of Global Corporate Compliance.
Michael obtained his Juris Doctorate from Fordham Law School, his MBA from St. John’s University School of Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science, and his BS in Finance from Syracuse University. He also received a certification in “Managing Ethics in Organizations” from Bentley College.Back to List Next Bio
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