Parimah Hassouri is a partner in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP whose practice focuses on insurance regulatory matters. Parimah advises US and international insurers on a wide range of insurance regulatory and corporate matters. She has represented clients operating in the life, health, property and casualty, financial guaranty, mortgage guaranty and title insurance industries. Parimah also represents private equity funds and other sponsors acquiring and divesting insurers and/or insurance-related entities.

In addition, Parimah assists clients with regulatory filings associated with mergers, acquisitions and other changes in corporate structure, including mutual holding company conversions and redomestications. She also assists with the formation and licensing of insurance companies, insurance intermediaries and captive insurers, and routinely assists clients with corporate governance and compliance issues. Parimah also advises early-stage and developed InsurTech entities on regulatory and corporate issues.

Parimah actively monitors state insurance legislative and regulatory developments in a variety of areas, including insurance holding company act compliance, rebating and inducement issues, and non-admitted insurance and reinsurance transactions.

Parimah was recognized as an “Up and Comer” for her transactional and regulatory work in insurance by Chambers USA in 2020–2022. Clients note “She is knowledgeable about insurance regulatory issues, and very up to date in her knowledge. She also is extremely helpful, and can provide advice in a clear way so that it is easy to understand and follow. She takes a sensible view that seeks to maximize the flexibility for the business client while remaining of course compliant."


Thought Leadership


Moderator, “Roles, Responsibilities, Risk and Rewards,” Women Corporate Directors' Aspiring Directors’ Summit, June 8, 2021


Insurance: Transactional & Regulatory - New York, Chambers USA, 2020–2022


Admissions & Qualifications

  • 2009New York


  • University of Pittsburgh School of Law2006
  • The Pennsylvania State UniversityB.S., Economics2003