BMS Specialty Casualty Team EVP, Mike Hollenbach’s feature article on the MPL market and the repercussions of the Affordable Care Act on that market appeared in the 4th Quarter of the Physicians Insurer Magazine.
Reprinted from the fourth Quarter 2012 issue of Physician Insurer Magazine, Physician Insurers Association of America. Copyright, 2012.
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Our proprietary BMS iVision™ portfolio management system was honoured at the London Market Awards on 29th November 2012. The management system was highly commended in the Technology Initiative of the Year award. The awards were coordinated by Insurance Day.
BMS iVision™ is 100% owned by BMS, built on leading edge technology and built to our clients’ specifications to manage their individual risk. It is like no other system available today.
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BMS’ Chief Actuary Dave Spielger featured in The Physician Insurer E-Magazine – Online Extra – 4th Quarter edition, discussing the MPL Industry.
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Reprinted from the fourth Quarter 2012 issue of Physician Insurer E-Magazine, Physician Insurers Association of America. Copyright, 2012.
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BMS featured in the current issue of the Centennial Lakes Office Park bulletin. The article praised BMS for its excellence in business practice, brand stewardship and employee engagement, breaking the traditional insurance industry mould.
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Phil Campbell, EVP of BMS’ Property & Casualty Team featured in Reactions Magazine discussing the Pros & Cons of M&A. He said: “Acquisitions are like Oreo cookies…One or two can taste good, but having 30 is not good for you.”
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BMS ranked 8th in the Post Magazine’s Top 25 EC3 Brokers for 2012.
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Stefano Nicolini, SVP of BMS’ Retro/ILW team featured in Insurance Insider discussing the use of ILWs in light of Hurricane Sandy.
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BMS has been selected as one of the 2012 Best Places to Work in Insurance and Winner in the Reinsurance Broker category, in the 4th annual survey organized by US publication Business Insurance Magazine and Best Companies Group. The survey was open to all US team members.
BMS CEO, Carl Beardmore said:
I am incredibly proud of this achievement. This marks another strategic goal for BMS as we continue towards our stated vision of being the broker of choice and best place to work.
We will continue to grow BMS by optimising our people and attracting the best that the insurance market can offer – fostering an environment where people can thrive and develop their careers in a flexible, innovative environment. We view this award as a first step towards being seen as the place to work in the industry and look forward to the group winning many more in the future.”
BMS has made significant investments over the last 18 months in expanding its US platform with new offices in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Santa Monica and Minneapolis. It has increased its headcount in the US considerably, with more than 70 new team members joining in the last 18 months. Alongside best-in-class brokers, BMS’ focus has been on attracting industry-respected actuaries, catastrophe modelers, claims and contracts experts, to augment its client offering.
As an employee-owned company, BMS has the freedom to shape its proposition around its people and clients. The ethos is one where the staff manage the culture and environment, built around team member engagement and staff communities that feed into and work closely with the leadership team. Free from administrative disadvantages and red tape when implementing innovation or change, the operational infrastructure and expertise is in place to invest in progressive ideas and really maximize potential.
Rupert Alabaster, Director BMS Wholesale Professional & Financial Services Team, featured in the Financial Times talking about how the rise of IT outsourcing and cloud computing means companies are making themselves more vulnerable to data loss or hacking. With each data transfer the risk of opportunistic criminals taking advantage increases.
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