Jennifer Selliers is a Director, Senior Consultant with Renaissance Regulatory Services, Inc. She brings over 20 years of successful experience, building and administering compliance programs of diverse financial initiatives within small, medium, and large organizations: boutique fixed-income, hybrid/dual registrants, public asset managers and more. Her areas of expertise include compliance program development, policies and procedures formation and risk and control assessments.
Prior to joining the Renaissance Regulatory Services Team, Jennifer spearheaded the compliance initiatives for the State of Tennessee’s Department of Treasury that managed over sixty billion dollars in public assets. She collaborated across 47 functional areas to accomplish a wide-range of compliance objectives, including overhauling the pre- and post-trade compliance program for public equities and fixed income, implementing an automated personal securities trading program, supporting derivatives trading and alternative investment activities, and strengthening internal controls across the State’s 401(k), 457 and 403(b) plans. Additionally, Jennifer facilitated the policies and procedures management lifecycle and prepared and filed the Department’s securities regulatory filings (e.g., Form 13F, Form 13H, etc.). As a former chief compliance officer, Jennifer has overseen licensing and registration, advertising, internal surveillance, branch audits, and regulatory examinations. Having served as the compliance manager for a dual registrant operating an independent broker/dealer model with over 800 registered representatives nationwide, Jennifer has extensive experience with all aspects of securities regulation, sales and supervision, and retail products. Jennifer has led or supported firm responses to SEC, FINRA, and MSRB examinations, as well as FBI and other law enforcement investigations.
Over the course of her career, Jennifer has written for several industry publications and spoken at numerous industry conferences and events. Her presentations include Recruiting and Training Your Compliance Ambassadors, Annual Testing and Business Reviews, and Sub-Advisor Due Diligence. In addition, Jennifer has served on several industry working committees, including the College Savings Plan Network (CSPN), 529 Plan Disclosure Principles (#7) and the MSRB Municipal Fund Securities Advisory Committee. Jennifer is a current, contributing member of the National Society of Compliance Professionals (NSCP) and an adjunct professor at Fordham Law, Program on Corporate Ethics and Compliance (PCEC). She has earned several professional designations, holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Finance from the University of Phoenix and a Master of Public Service Management from Cumberland University. Apart from her professional aspirations and accomplishments, Jennifer enjoys long-distance backpacking and hobby-farming in Tennessee with her husband and two sons.
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