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Peter Feeley

The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America
Corporate Chief Compliance Officer, Law Department
New York, NY, USA

Pete Feeley currently serves as the Corporate Chief Compliance Officer for The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America. In this capacity, Pete is responsible for strategy setting and oversight of all of Guardian's compliance and business ethics program activities and initiatives, as well as providing guidance to the Board and senior management team on compliance related matters.
Previously, Pete was the Interim General Counsel / Senior Vice President, Business Law and Compliance for Lincoln Financial Group where his responsibilities included advising the CEO and his management team, as well as the Board and Audit Committee, on a broad range of legal, regulatory, compliance and public policy issues.
Earlier in his career, Pete held a variety of senior business, attorney and compliance roles at Prudential Financial, including Chief Operations Officer for the Company's Law, Compliance and Business Ethics Department. In that capacity, he was responsible for coordinating the Company's Compliance Plan submissions to the Audit Committee and the United States Attorney's Office.
Prior to joining Prudential, Pete was an attorney in private practice where he represented corporate clients on a variety of regulatory and litigation matters.
Pete holds a BA in Business Administration & Political Science from Rutgers College, a MS in Management from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and a JD, with Honors, from Seton Hall Law School. He is admitted to practice before the New Jersey and Pennsylvania state bars, as well as United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. He also previously held Series 6 and 26 FINRA registrations.


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