The Oregon State Senate has confirmed Cameron Smith as director for the Department of Consumer and Business Services.
Smith has served as acting director for the department since Gov. Kate Brown nominated him in December 2017.
Smith previously was director of the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs, and a senior policy advisor to both Gov. John Kitzhaber and Gov. Ted Kulongoski.
In one of his first official decisions as director, Smith appointed Andrew Stolfi as the state’s insurance commissioner. Stolfi joined the department earlier this month to serve as the administrator for the Division of Financial Regulation.
Stolfi spent six years in Switzerland at the International Association of Insurance Supervisors, most recently serving as chief operating officer and chief counsel. Before joining the association, Stolfi served in senior management roles at the Illinois Department of Insurance.
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