AmWINS Transportation Underwriters moves into motorsport
niche. Team consists of Mark Maucere, SVP; Don DeWitt, VP; and
Jean DeWitt, VP. CNA Select Risk offers new exclusive program
with the group that focuses on facilities, events, teams and
suppliers. AmWINS will serve as full-service program
administrator. >> Promotes Skip Cooper to CEO of Colemont
Global and Colemont Insurance Brokers. Jeremy Underwood named
chairman of Colemont Insurance Brokers. Cooper will continue as
president of AmWINS Group and remain in Birmingham, Ala.
Underwood was previously non-executive director of Colemont
Insurance Brokers in London.
Aon Italia buys Rasini Vigano, which targets public
entities and large, privately held companies in Milan. >>
Sells Aon Consulting’s multi-employer defined benefit
plan consulting business in the U.S. to Segal. >> Aon
Risk Solutions appoints John Willett, formerly managing
director for Aon’s New England office, as national
industry practice leader, overseeing financial institutions,
food and agriculture, healthcare, heavy industry, real estate,
pharmaceutical, chemical and technology. >> Launches
water resilience insurance to cover malicious water tampering,
accidental contamination, and extortion. Can include costs of
boil-water or avoid-consumption alerts and subsequent losses,
including goodwill payments and alternative mass distribution,
such as the provision of bottled water to customers.
BARNEY & BARNEY
Adds Jennifer Sanborn as client executive in Property
& Casualty of Bay Area office. She was SVP in middle market
at Wells Fargo Insurance Services.
Stanley, Hunt, DuPree & Rhine, a BB&T
subsidiary, enhances consumer-directed health plan
administration services with the ability to customize plans to
simplify and automate administration and management of health
reimbursement arrangements for plans, effective Jan. 1.
Employers can combine HRA plans with other accounts, such as
flexible spending, and access them through a shared benefit
access card that can be tailored to each employer’s
specifications and rules. >> Receives approval to
reinsure life and disability policies written by Hartford Life
& Accident through South Carolina branch of Bermuda
captive, BB&T Assurance Co. Ltd.
BROWN & BROWN
Buys Thomas R. Jones and T. R. Jones & Co. of
Florida, both subsidiaries of Beecher Carlson. Staff of T. R.
Jones in Homestead, Key Largo and Ocean Reef will remain in
their offices. The Winter Park, Fla., office, which does
business as Kraft Insurance Agency, is moving into Brown &
Brown office in Maitland. >> Buys Martin Benefits
Consulting and Martin Human Resources, provider of employee
benefits and services in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.
Scott Martin and staff will continue from current location.
>> Brown & Brown of Pennsylvania acquires $1.2
million book of business, primarily employee benefits, that was
serviced by Daniel McCormick from Greystone Benefits. He and
his team have relocated to Brown & Brown’s Plymouth
Meeting, Pa., office under Rob Heller.
Clements Europe acquires International Vehicle Risk
Management from Lockton. It consists of overseas diplomats and
international fleet business.
Crump Environmental announces exclusive commercial
pollution liability product with complete online
processing—submission, quoting, binding, invoicing,
surplus lines tax processing, and policy issuance. Fills
environmental exclusion gap in CGL and auto policies. Provides
cover for incidents arising from work performed by or on behalf
of insured. Targets commercial and residential contractors with
up to $50 million in revenue. Available on occurrence basis:
contractors pollution; site pollution; mold, including
legionella; transportation; non-owned disposal site; defense
costs outside policy limits. >> Hires Adam Kagan as chief
market relations officer. He held similar position at Marsh
Acquires captive brokerage of Vattenfall-Europe,
Germany’s fourth largest energy concern. Funk’s
existing book of energy business is being merged into the new
unit, renamed Funk Minerva Energie-Assekuranz. It will become
the group’s specialist energy brokerage.
Forms dedicated unit in Florida, led by Kevin Stokes,
who is based in Tampa and will report to Chris McKeown,
president and CEO of North America Broking Operations.
Buys Burnham and Co. of New Jersey. It will become part
of Hub International Northeast Ltd. and combine with
Hub’s existing elevator group, JM Associates.
Buys ReSource Intermediaries in San Francisco, a
reinsurance brokerage, allowing Integro to operate as a
reinsurance brokerage in the U.S.
J. SMITH LANIER
Appoints Tom Yearian as lead resource for healthcare
reform, available to clients who need help understanding the
legislation and requirements.