An Experienced Leader Returns
Rich Robleto has agreed to return to OIR as Life and Health Deputy Commissioner. The OIR announced his return in a release dated March 12, 2014. He will officially begin the job on March 24. The announcement quoted Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty stating: “Rich Robleto is a seasoned professional with more than 30 years of insurance experience and knowledge. I am pleased that Mr. Robleto has accepted this appointment, bringing his proven skills to the Office as we work on the complex issues surrounding the life and health insurance marketplace.”
His role as the Deputy Commissioner for Life and Health includes overseeing the Life and Health Product Review and Financial Oversight Units, which provide regulatory oversight of insurers operating in Florida, including life and health form and rate filings, licensure, and financial solvency.
Most recently Mr. Robleto was the Executive Director of the Florida Healthy Kids Corporation. During his tenure Florida KidCare increased enrollment for six consecutive years.
Robleto worked eight years for the Office and received the highest recognition given by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners – the Robert Dineen Award – which is presented annually to an individual in honor of exceptional success as an insurance regulator. Before moving to Florida, Robleto spent 26 years at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Delaware.