Chippindale to Head Integro’s Toronto Office, Canadian Operations

June 16, 2005

Integro USA announced today that John Chippindale has joined the company as Managing Director and President of Integro Canada. He becomes the latest in a succession of ex-Marsh executives to join the new international broker (See IJ Website June 9).

Chippindale most recently served for two years as CEO of Global Consumer and Commercial Business at Marsh based in New York. Previously, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Marsh Canada. In his 23 years at Marsh he “focused on professional broking expertise in the risk management, middle market and small commercial business segments of the marketplace,” said the announcement.

“Toronto will be the center of our Canadian operations and Integro is
pleased to have such an accomplished leader as John Chippindale for this important market,” stated Integro CEO Roger Egan.

“Chippindale holds the AIIC and CRM designations, and is a member of PLUS. He chairs the Junior Achievement Board of Governors of central Ontario, and has served as a member of the Executive Council of the United Way of Toronto. He also is a Board Member of the Branksome Hall School and the Georgia Peaks Ski Club,” the announcement continued. He’s a graduate of Bishop’s University and resides in Toronto with his wife, Susan, and three daughters, Kaitlyn, Megan and Tori.

Integro, first announced in April (See IJ Website April 18) is rapidly on the way to realizing its ambitions of becoming a truly global, full-service insurance brokerage firm, specializing in providing brokerage and risk management services to institutional and commercial clients worldwide.

With headquarters at 230 Park Avenue, Suite 1000, New York, NY 10169, Integro has offices in San Francisco, Chicago, Bermuda and now Toronto. The company said it “will be opening offices in London and other selected cities in the upcoming months.”

For further information go to their Website at:, or call 1-877-688-8701.

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