Chesapeake Employers’ Insurance Co., a Towson, Md.-based workers’ compensation specialist, has hired Danielle Quinn as a pharmacist case manager.
In this role, Quinn is responsible for managing the Pharmacy Utilization Program, which includes providing oversight of prescription drug use and reviewing prescription medications to ensure they are medically appropriate.
Previously, Quinn served as a clinical pharmacist at UnitedHealth Group.
Chesapeake Employers’ Insurance Co., formerly IWIF, has specialized in providing workers’ compensation insurance to Maryland businesses since 1914. It is a fully self-supporting insurance company that operates solely from premium and investment income. A nine-member, governor-appointed board of directors oversees the general operations of the company.
New Day Underwriting Managers LLC, a specialty intermediary of environmental and construction-related professional liability insurance coverage based in Hamilton, N.J., has promoted Stacy Burrows to senior accounting and underwriting support analyst.
Burrows originally joined New Day five years ago. Prior to that, she served as a senior business analyst and supervisor in claims information services for NJ Manufacturers Insurance Group.
New Day Underwriting Managers LLC is a specialty resource for agents and brokers, assisting them and their clients in finding environmental and construction-related professional liability insurance coverages.
To support continued growth within the Connecticut market, workers’ compensation specialist The MEMIC Group has announced the promotion of Ian Torrey to production underwriter.
Torrey initially joined The MEMIC Group in 2015 as an account analyst and was promoted to associate underwriter in 2016.
The MEMIC Group includes MEMIC Indemnity Co., MEMIC Casualty Co., and parent company Maine Employers’ Mutual Insurance Co. As a super-regional workers’ compensation specialty insurer, The MEMIC Group holds licenses to write workers’ compensation across the country and is headquartered in Portland, Maine.
Integro Insurance Brokers, an international broker and risk management firm, has hired Stephen Feron as a senior vice president in its marine practice.
Based in New York, Feron will be responsible for the delivery of Integro’s Marine Cargo services, developing account strategy, managing placements, providing deep claims advocacy and maintaining insurance carrier relationships for clients.
He brings nearly 20 years of industry experience to Integro, including experience in underwriting and broking commercial and multi-national insurance programs. His skills include specialization in transportation and storage risk management for clients throughout the U.S.
Feron joins Integro from Chubb, where he previously served as a senior marine underwriter. Prior to working at Chubb, he was assistant vice president at Willis Corroon Corp.
Launched in 2005, Integro and its family of specialty insurance and reinsurance companies operate from offices in the U.S., Bermuda and the U.K. Its U.S. headquarters is located in New York, N.Y.
NSM Insurance Group, a Conshohocken, Penn.-based administrator of industry-specific programs, has hired Richard Meuret as program director of Care Providers Insurance Services, the social service and nonprofit division of NSM.
Meuret brings more than 25 years of experience in the insurance industry to his new role, with both technical and operational expertise.
An actuary by trade, he has experience in the analysis and development of risk pricing, underwriting and operations. Throughout his career, he has led teams and managed operations at carriers such as Liberty Mutual and Allstate.
Lockton, a global, privately held insurance broker, has hired Bruce Cohen as a senior vice president and client executive as it continues to grow its business in the Northeast.
Cohen will be based in Lockton’s Washington D.C. office. He brings nearly 30 years of experience working with clients to help them manage their global risk in the U.S. and Latin America, said Bob Connolly, president of Lockton’s Washington D.C. office, in a company press release.
Prior to joining Lockton, Cohen spent nearly 20 years at Marsh, serving clients in Latin America and the U.S. He spent much of his time working with government contracting, technology, manufacturing and food and beverage clients.
He specializes in multinational risk and international casualty placements and has solved cross-border risk and compliance and service issues across all lines of coverage.