Jill Hoffman is a partner at Capitol Counsel, LLC and brings to the firm nearly 20 years of experience representing the financial services industry in Washington, D.C. Hoffman is a nationally recognized leader in the areas of retirement security and tax advocacy. Her strategic insights and reputation as a trusted bipartisan collaborator and consensus builder have produced a number of crucial legislative victories for the financial services industry and their consumers. Most notably in recent years, Hoffman’s contributions were critical to preserving the tax incentives for retirement plans and their participants during tax reform. She also played a pivotal role to stop implementation of the controversial Department of Labor fiduciary rule.
Hoffman is also an expert media spokeswoman and is frequently quoted in national political outlets and financial services publications. Her on-camera appearances include serving as host for several Washington, D.C. policy events, including primetime coverage on C-SPAN. Her original blog series Wonky Talk was prominently featured in CNN Money.
Louisiana State University – B.A.
Financial Services Roundtable (FSR), Washington, D.C. – Vice President of Government Affairs. Led the organization’s investment management, retirement security, and tax reform engagement.
National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA), Washington, D.C. – Management team member and lead insurance and securities regulation advocate. Led the organization’s Dodd-Frank Act engagement.
American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI), Washington, D.C. – Financial services and insurance regulation advocate
AFLAC, Washington, D.C. – Federal Relations Associate
Office of Senator John Breaux (D-LA), Washington, D.C. – Staff Assistant and Legislative Correspondent
Louisiana State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences – Board Member
The Exchequer Club of Washington, D.C. – Member
The Tax Coalition, Washington, D.C. – Member
Hoffman led FSR’s tax reform strategy and engagement, resulting in multiple key outcomes for banks, insurers, payment companies, and asset managers. She led Congressional Review Act overrides of regulations that would have permitted states and municipalities to offer retirement plans to private sector participants absent protections required by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). She played a central role bringing to enactment the National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers, a national market access clearinghouse for insurance professionals working in multiple states. NAIFA’s Dodd-Frank efforts, led by Hoffman, included both securing the statutory language to prevent the SEC from imposing an onerous harmonized standard of customer care, and stopping an effort to allow financial planners to gain government sanctioned market share by imposing unnecessary regulations on financial professionals. Additionally, Hoffman stopped efforts to repeal the McCarran-Ferguson Act antitrust exemption that would weaken insurance marketplace competition.