Integro Appoints New U.S. Leadership in Boston, New York

July 16, 2014

Ruth Kilduff

Insurance brokerage and risk management firm Integro appointed Ruth Kilduff as chairman, and Anne Anderson as president of its United States operations, Integro USA.

Both Kilduff and Anderson are Integro veterans. Kilduff leads the firm’s healthcare practice and its Boston operations, while Anderson leads the firm’s New York operations. Both are also members of the firm’s operations committee. Kilduff will continue to be based in Boston and Anderson in New York.

The Kilduff and Anderson appointments follow a recently announced management reordering at the firm. Marc Kunney, formerly president of Integro USA, had been named president of Integro’s North America operations. Kunney was also named to the five-member executive committee to assume management responsibilities in wake of the firm’s co-founding President and CEO Peter Garvey’s departure in May.

Kilduff brings more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, as well as healthcare insurance, to her new role as chairman of Integro USA. She has specific expertise in professional liability, alternative risk financing and risk consulting. Prior to joining Integro in 2006, Kilduff served as a managing director at Marsh.

Anne Anderson

Anderson has more than 30 years of experience in risk management account design, placement and service implementation with a background in underwriting, facultative reinsurance and brokerage. She joined the firm in 2005. Previously, Anderson served as Integro’s property and international practice leader, as well as in similar roles at Palmer & Cay and at Marsh.

Founded in 2005, Integro is headquartered in New York City and has additional U.S. offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Nashville and San Francisco, as well as international offices in Bermuda, Canada and the U.K.

 

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