Carpenter Moore Names Two to E&O Liability Practice

November 13, 2007

Carpenter Moore, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Nasdaq Stock Market Inc., announced the addition of two broker-executives to its errors and omission liability practice. Ted Doolittle has been named managing director, global errors and omissions liability practice leader. Mickey Estey joined the company as a managing director. Both executives will be based in San Francisco and have a specialization in privacy and security issues.

These senior brokers have returned to Carpenter Moore, where they had worked for a number of years until 2005-2006, after brief tenures with another insurance brokerage.

Doolittle has more than a decade of executive liability experience, specializing in E&O programs across all industries and the technology E&O marketplace. Prior to returning to Carpenter Moore, he spent more than two years as a principal and national E&O practice leader with Integro Insurance Brokers.

Estey has eight years of brokerage experience advising complex and high profile companies on professional liability/E&O and privacy/security insurance solutions. He has helped develop comprehensive and innovative E&O programs for companies in numerous industries, including construction, technology, real estate, and other professional consultancies. He previously was a senior associate with Integro Insurance Brokers.

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