JASON M. SCHUPP has served in various legal, compliance, and regulatory roles in the insurance industry for more than twenty years. At the time of the September 11 terrorist attack, he worked as Claims Counsel for one of the country’s largest commercial property and casualty insurers. Based on his experience in terrorism-related coverage disputes, as well as operational implementation of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002, Mr. Schupp has represented a major insurance trade association in testimony before the United States Congress and has regularly engaged with Treasury, the Government Accountability Office, the Council of Economic Advisors, the Office of Management and Budget, and state insurance regulators on matters relating to terrorism insurance.
Mr. Schupp received a law degree (JD) with honors from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1995 and is admitted to the Court of Appeals of Maryland and the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia, the US District Court for the District of Maryland, and the US Courts of Appeals for the District of Columbia and Fourth Circuits. He received a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Marine Transportation from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in 1990. Mr. Schupp has served as a Board Member of the National Council of Insurance Guaranty Funds and the Illinois Insurance Guaranty Fund. He is also a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) and an Associate in Reinsurance (ARe), Associate in Marine Insurance Management (AMIM), and Associate in Risk Management (ARM).
Mr. Schupp resides in Switzerland, where he has served as the Group Compliance Officer and Head of Regulatory Affairs for one of the world’s largest multinational insurance groups.
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