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ALLIANT INSURANCE SERVICES Buys T&H Group, whose CEO Walter Harris will serve as vice chairman of Alliant and part of senior management team. >> Joe Marchese joins as SVP in Rye, N.Y., office. Will focus on upper-middle benefits market emphasizing public entities and nonprofits. He has worked for Gallagher Benefits Services of New York, Marsh McLennan and Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield. >> Thirty-year industry veteran Ernie Pradelli joins as VP in Dallas. He was VP of sales at Avizent Alternative Risk and was with Arthur J. Gallagher for 25 years before that. He will focus on public entity business.

ALL RISKS Promotes Lora Robbins to branch sales leader in Charlotte, N.C., office.

ASSUREX Adds two new firms to worldwide network: Continental Insurance Brokers headquartered in Beijing, and Daewoo INS Korea in Seoul.

BARNEY & BARNEY Trindl Reeves, a principal since 2006, named chief sales officer. >> Michael Bailey and Mark Doscher become principals. Bailey serves in the healthcare practice, and Doscher is the director of the executive risk practice.

BEECHER CARLSON Bill Lenhart named managing director of National Manufacturing Team. He is based in Atlanta. He was managing director of Aon Risk Services.

BMS GROUP Moves U.S. back-office hub to Minneapolis. The Dallas office will now be a sales and production hub. Kristine Westall appointed SVP, reinsurance operations officer, for the relocated U.S. platform. She spent more than 20 years as an SVP of reinsurance accounting and claims at Benfield’s Minneapolis office and recently was with John B. Collins as SVP of brokerage operations. >> Hires Matthew Haine as specialist in international facultative reinsurance to lead expansion in that segment beginning June 2011. He previously led Aon Benfield’s Asia-Pacific and African facultative team in London. >> Ann Marie Roberts has left as president of BMS Intermediaries to pursue other endeavors. >> BMS places first-ever electronic placement for the London Market via iPad. Steve Knight, director of Direct & Facultative, met in January with Catlin Syndicate’s Michael Davern at their box and within minutes refined and placed a contract using the RI3K platform for iPad.

BOLLINGER Buys 50-year-old Charles G. Treloar Agency of Kenvil, N.J. Employees relocating to Bollinger’s HQ in Short Hills, N.J. Treloar’s daughter, Michele O’Halloran, joins Bollinger as VP in commercial lines.

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