Beecher Carlson Appoints Jay Sampson as Managing Director

March 30, 2012

Atlanta, GA (April 2, 2012) – Beecher Carlson, an industry specialized insurance brokerage and risk management firm, continues its advancement as one of the fastest-growing brokerages with the appointment of Jay Sampson as Managing Director.  Based in Atlanta, Jay will focus on delivering Beecher Carlson’s vast resources to large and complex risk management accounts. In his new role as Senior Client Executive, Jay will be responsible for supporting the growth of Beecher Carlson.

Prior to joining Beecher Carlson, Jay spent 18 years with Aon Risk Services   in senior positions where he focused on leading account teams and servicing Fortune 500 clients.  In previous roles, Jay also worked for Marsh, Inc. as an account executive and Ford Motor Company in its corporate risk management department.

“Jay is a highly-regarded professional who brings a strong, client-focused approach to the team.  With his extensive knowledge and background, he will be an asset as we take our award-winning service to the next level,” says Steve Denton, Beecher Carlson President.  “We are confident that he will be a significant contributor as we continue our rapid growth in the large account sector.”

Jay is a graduate of the University of Georgia where he earned a BBA in Risk Management and Insurance.

About Beecher Carlson
Beecher Carlson is an insurance brokerage and risk management consulting firm focused on specific industries and values providing an experience that goes beyond transactions.  Beecher Carlson is committed to innovation, striving to develop new and better technologies that support clients’ business requirements and drive operational excellence.  Beecher Carlson operates on a single profit center model, allowing clients access to the resources they need to meet their objectives – regardless of geography.  Beecher Carlson is a privately held company with its corporate office in Atlanta, GA and maintains offices throughout the United States and in Bermuda.