Vice President, Financial Policy at PCI
STEPHEN W. BROADIE is Vice President, Financial Policy for the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI). Mr. Broadie is responsible for representing the association’s nearly 1,000 member property/casualty insurers before state, federal and international policymakers on financial regulation issues. He represents PCI at meetings of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners on financial regulatory issues, and assists PCI’s state and federal government affairs staff on those issues as necessary. He also works with the Congress and Treasury Department, and represents PCI before the International Association of Insurance Supervisors and other international bodies on international insurance regulatory issues. He is staff liaison with PCI’s Financial Regulation and Global Convergence Committee.
Before joining the National Association of Independent Insurers, one of PCI’s predecessor trade associations, in 2000, Steve performed similar duties with the Alliance of American Insurers (PCI’s other predecessor) since 1992. Before that time Steve was Insurance Tax Manager in Coopers & Lybrand’s Washington, D.C. office. From 1984 to 1989 Steve was a member of the Alliance’s federal affairs staff in Washington, D.C.
Steve holds a B.A. from Wheaton College, a J.D. from the University of Southern California and a LL.M. in taxation with highest honors from George Washington University.