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Colorado-based insurance professional recognized as rising star
By: Insurance Business
Gallagher's James Martinez has been included in Insurance Business America magazine's annual Young Guns report, recognizing 72 up and comers aged 35 and under who are representing the fresh new faces of America's insurance industry.
As an area vice president for Gallagher, Martinez works with clients ranging from chemical and real estate firms to healthcare and nonprofit organizations, helping them control their insurance costs and protect their assets. Martinez works with organizations to accomplish these goals by using Gallagher's CORE360 approach, which considers all cost drivers of a risk management program.
By helping clients fully understand their actual and potential costs, Martinez provides them with actionable advice and supports them in minimizing their total cost of risk. His successes include working with a self-insured employer to cut its workers' compensation costs by more than $6 million.
"This year's Young Guns represent the next generation of leaders in an industry that requires nimbleness, curiosity and an eye for innovation,"
For the full report see issue 7.10 of Insurance Business America magazine out now. To view the list and to find out more about Martinez click HERE (https://www.insurancebusinessmag.com/
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