Beecher Carlson Receives Multiple Captive Review Awards
Beecher Carlson Insurance Services, LLC (“Beecher Carlson”), a specialized large account insurance broker, has been awarded both the Risk Consulting Initiative Award and the Innovative Use of an ART Structure Award by Captive Review. The 2017 award ceremony was held in Burlington, Vermont, on Monday, August 7, recognizing excellence and innovation in the American marketplace.
“We take great pride in our Captive Practice’s achievements,” comments Beecher Carlson Captive Practice Leader, Jason Flaxbeard. “These recognitions are a direct reflection of our commitment to delivering the best, innovative solutions to our clients.”
Beecher Carlson received these awards for the second time in a row, demonstrating the Captive Practice’s continued commitment to excellent as reflected in the judges’ comments regarding each win.
For the Risk Consulting Initiative Award, judges were impressed by the range of risk consulting projects Beecher Carlson completed in the past year. Beecher Carlson was also commended for significant development of its integrated captive strategies. It is by implementing these strategies that Beecher Carlson becomes a valuable consultant and manager as highlighted by the judges.
Beecher Carlson also demonstrated an impressive commitment to creative thinking and the development of innovative solutions. For the Innovative Use of ART Structure Award, judges praised Beecher Carlson’s ability to embrace and encourage multi-line and multi-year aggregates. This ability is supported by client results; Beecher Carlson’s inventive methods increase client savings and drive efficiencies.
Beecher Carlson is honored to accept these awards, adding them to the list of recent US Captive Services Awards including the 2012 and 2015 Captive Manager of the Year Award and the 2013 Innovation in Captive Management Award.
For the full list of winners and the judges’ comments, please visit the following link: http://captivereview.com/news/winners-announced-us-captive-review-awards-2017/.
About Beecher Carlson
Beecher Carlson is a large account risk management broker that delivers expertise by industry focus and product specialization. We strive to develop new and better technologies to support your business requirements and drive operational excellence. By leveraging our deep risk management expertise, we are able to help clients manage their business risks, protect and enhance their capital and fulfill their corporate mission.
Beecher Carlson Insurance Services, LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc. (NYSE:BRO), which, through its subsidiaries, offers a broad range of insurance and reinsurance products and services, as well as risk management, third-party administration, and managed health care programs. Providing service to business, public entity, individual, trade and professional association clients nationwide, Brown & Brown, Inc. is ranked by Business Insurance magazine as the United States’ seventh largest independent insurance intermediary. The Company’s Web address is www.bbinsurance.com.
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