About Glen Bailey
Glen has spent over 27 years in the insurance industry, bringing insight from an underwriting, brokerage/consulting, and entrepreneurial perspective. His background includes a specialized focus in the executive and professional liability area, encompassing financially-
Glen started his career as an Executive Protection Department underwriter with Chubb, one of the nation’s largest insurers of executive liability products. After nine years with Chubb, Glen moved from underwriting to brokerage services when he joined Johnson & Higgins in Atlanta. Since that time, he has provided executive leadership as a Managing Director in the Executive Liability practices of Marsh, HRH, AmWINS and Aon.
In his current role at Beecher Carlson, Glen is responsible for coordinating efforts and directly delivering Executive Liability’s services to clients and prospects in conjunction with Beecher Carlson’s retail offices nationwide.
Glen is a 1984 graduate of Clemson University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Financial Management.
About Beecher Carlson
Beecher Carlson is an insurance brokerage and risk management consulting firm focused on specific industries. Beecher Carlson strives to develop new and better insurance and risk management solutions and technologies to support business requirements and drive operational excellence. By leveraging deep risk management expertise, Beecher Carlson is able to help clients manage their business risks, protect and enhance their capital and fulfil their corporate mission. Beecher Carlson is a privately held company with its corporate office in Atlanta, GA. Beecher Carlson also maintains offices throughout the United States and in Bermuda.
For more information about Glen Bailey and Beecher Carlson, please visit: www.beechercarlson.com
Today's buyers and sellers are more cautious when negotiating M&A deals as complex and difficult problems can unexpectedly surface. Insurance has become an increasingly popular tool among top dealmakers to help provide cover if the deal goes sour.
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