Integro Adds Paula Sullivan to Chicago Healthcare Team

June 7, 2006

Paula Sullivan has joined Integro’s Chicago office as a principal in the Healthcare Practice, the firm announced today in a written statement.

Sullivan’s background includes experience as underwriter and broker specializing in healthcare. She has particular expertise in negotiating complex placements for large healthcare institutions.

“We are thrilled that our Healthcare Practice has attracted so many talented industry leaders,” said Nancy Aque, managing principal and head of Integro’s Chicago office. “Paula’s acceptance of this key position continues our winning streak, and our clients will benefit from the solutions she creates for them.”

Sullivan joins Integro after 13 years with Marsh, where she served as a senior vice president and manager of the Chicago Healthcare division.

Integro, through its subsidiaries, is an insurance brokerage and risk management firm designed to serve the complex insurance and risk management needs of large or complex institutional risks. Integro has offices in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, Bermuda, Toronto, Montreal, London and Stockholm, and is slated to open offices in other selected cities. For more information go to

Source: Integro

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  • June 7, 2006 at 6:15 am
    RecoveredBrokerageHouseSlave says:
    Oh, let\'s all meekly follow a loud mouth order from the brokerage house man! But aren\'t they better than us? Sorry, buddy, you guys are not getting off so easy this time. It... read more
  • June 7, 2006 at 1:27 am
    Move ON! says:
    I work for a broker (not Marsh or Integro) and I am getting tired of comments like yours. They are sounding like a broken record. If you are competing against Marsh for busi... read more
  • June 7, 2006 at 12:42 pm
    dothetime says:
    \"Sullivan joins Integro after 13 years with Marsh\" How do the clients know that the same errant practices and ethics recently proven characteristic of Marsh are not also bei... read more
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