RMC Group is pleased to announce that Jessica George has joined the company as a Commercial Lines Account Executive. Jessica is responsible for maintaining relationships with our business clients and soliciting new business for the Property and Casualty division of RMC Group.
“I’m excited to be part of RMC’s expanding P&C division and am looking forward to contributing to its growth,” Jessica said.
Jessica brings 15 years of experience in the insurance industry to RMC Group. She previously worked for Gulfshore Insurance Agency and Gallagher Lutgert in similar Commercial Lines roles.
Jessica attended FSW State College and holds a Property and Casualty General Lines (Florida 2-20) license.
Michael Rindenau, Director of Marketing with RMC Group, commented, “Jessica has more than 15 years of account management experience, in-depth insurance knowledge and high standards of professionalism making her uniquely qualified to handle the day to day needs and requirements of our clients. She will be an integral member of our team at RMC Group.”
The Board is responsible for the operation of the Town of Gilbert’s self-funded medical and dental plans. The Trustees provide oversight of plan administration and financials and make recommendations to the Town Council regarding risk retention/reinsurance options and funding requirements.
“I’m excited to serve on the Gilbert Self-Insured Trust Board and have an opportunity to help the Town of Gilbert provide the best Health, Dental, and Workers Compensation benefits for their employees in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The Town of Gilbert is focused on the future with a mission to Anticipate, Create, and Help People,” Courtney said. “It’s good to see the town’s approach to risk management reflects this commitment and I’m looking forward to using my experience in the self-insured space to support their goals and give back to a place I love.”
Courtney joined RMC Group’s Captive Insurance division in September 2020, and is responsible for building relationships and soliciting new business. Courtney concentrates on the Southwest United States. However, she helps business owners with their risk throughout the entire country.
Voting for the Captive Review Power 50 has started and runs through April 12, 2021. Anyone in the captive community can nominate individuals they believe should make the cut on the prestigious list.
We have nominated two of our RMC employees and would love for you to vote for them as well!
RMC EMPLOYEE NOMINATIONS
First, we have nominated Mark Elwell, Executive Vice President of Risk, for Captive Service Professional. Mark is responsible for new program development and overall managment of the Captive and Property & Casualty Departments.
Second, we have nominated Courtney Boles, Captive Sales Consultant, for Captive Service Professional. Courtney not only brings new captives to the table, she also manages and services her captive clients.
And lastly, we have nominated Jessica Saba, Captive Administration Manager, forOne to Watch. Jessica manages the day to day operations of the captives for RMC from regulatory compliance to client engagement. She is the point of contact for all captive questions.
WHAT CAPTIVE REVIEW IS LOOKING FOR
Captive Review is looking for the best of the best in the captive insurance industry, dedicated professionals who are collegial, innovative, committed, visible, and have shown excellence over the past year.
Even during a pandemic, Mark and Jessica have been busy growing our captive department with the help of our sales team. Let’s show them our support with votes to get on this well-respected list.
As Executive Director, Scott will be responsible for recruiting large commercial insurance clients to RMC’s Property & Casualty division, as well as developing relationships with new insurance carriers and oversight of the division. His goal is to deliver the best possible insurance coverage to clients based on traditional and alternative insurance market options.
Upon joining RMC Group, Scott commented, “After years of working for the alphabet shops, RMC Group is a breath of fresh air. From an active P&C Division to owning its own reinsurance company to having the very best middle market Captive Manager, RMC Group is well positioned for success. In addition, with a 45-year history of being a closely held family firm, we can do whatever the big publicly traded shops do without putting investors interests before our clients.”
Scott continued, “We report to our clients, not shareholders who are only interested in quarterly profits. We are not only a national company, but an international company as well with a London office. I truly believe RMC Group is the only industry household name that isn’t…yet!”
Scott brings 35 years of experience as a Strategic Advisor to both Middle Market and Multi-National Companies to RMC. Scott prides himself on his accessibility to his clients and the ability to see insurance from his clients’ perspective. His in-depth knowledge of Property and Casualty insurance products and outstanding insurance carrier relationships will make him an important member of RMC Group.
Scott is a licensed insurance agent in the state of Pennsylvania, and a graduate of Rutgers University and Whittier Law School. Scott has worked for Marsh & McLennan, Aon, and World Insurance Associates. He has increased market share in every insurance vertical he has focused on. His clients do not leave, and he can boast a 96% retention rate over a long career.
Ray Ankner, President & CEO of RMC Group, commented, “Scott is a proven Property & Casualty expert with a number of years’ experience in the industry. He recognizes the need for innovative solutions, understands the markets, and puts his clients first.”
Ray continued, “Scott’s experience will be invaluable to drive business to our Property & Casualty division, our other divisions, and to build on our reputation as a leader in risk management.”
RMC Group is pleased to announce that two team members have passed their Resident Customer Representative Insurance Exam. Kathleen Gill and Kelly Wild passed their state exam and are now licensed Florida 4-40 Customer Representatives.
The 4-40 Customer Representative License allows an individual to transact insurance in an office as a salaried employee of a General Lines Agent or Agency. Before taking the 4-40 exam, they had each received their Professional Customer Service Representative (PCSR) designation.
“We’re proud of their hard work and determination to further their careers,” commented Ashley Simpson, RMC’s Human Resources Manager. “And excited for them to continue to grow in their roles here at RMC.”
RMC Group is pleased to announce that Michael Rindenau has joined the company as Director of Marketing, Property and Casualty Division. He will also contribute to RMC’s Captive and Health operations. As Director of Marketing, Michael will be responsible for the overall management of RMC’s Property & Casualty division, including developing underwriting relationships with carriers. His goal is to deliver the best possible insurance portfolio to clients based on standard and alternative market options.
“Having spent many years preparing for this role, I am ready to take the Property & Casualty Division at RMC Group to new heights! Looking forward to an exciting 2021,” Michael said.
Michael brings over 30 years of experience in the Property and Casualty insurance industry to RMC Group. His in-depth knowledge of Property and Casualty insurance products and outstanding insurance carrier relationships will make him important member of the RMC Group team.
Previously Michael worked for Insurance Office of America in New Jersey. In that role, Michael led a Property and Casualty team in preparing submissions for new and existing large commercial businesses. He also served as liaison between multiple offices and national insurance carriers, establishing contracts and long-term commitments.
Michael is a licensed insurance agent in the state of New York and New Jersey, and a graduate of Brooklyn College.
Mark Elwell, Executive Vice President of Risk at RMC Group, commented, “Michael recognizes the need for creative solutions during this period of rising costs and limited coverage availability. His experience, knowledge of the market, and relationships with carriers will be invaluable in helping our clients find the right coverage.”
RMC Group is pleased to announce that Joy Savasta-Lagan has joined the company as a Commercial Lines Account Executive. Joy is responsible for maintaining relationships with our business clients and soliciting new business for the Property and Casualty division of RMC Group.
“I am so happy to be part of the RMC family. I know that I will learn so much here and that I have been given such an amazing opportunity to help our customers and I look forward us all growing together,” Joy said.
Joy brings over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry to RMC Group. She has previously worked for Allstate Insurance in a similar Commercial Lines role, and also worked in Employee Benefits at the start of her career for a life insurance company.
Joy graduated from Long Island University with a degree in business administration. She holds both Life and Health (Florida 2-15) and Property and Casualty (Florida 2-20) licenses.
Mark Ewell, Executive Vice President of Risk with RMC Group, commented, “We are pleased to welcome Joy to our team at RMC, she brings years of experience and a winning “go get it” attitude to the company.”
RMC Group has made the shortlist for the European Captive Review Awards 2020. The European Captive Review Awards recognize and celebrate captive insurance in Europe by highlighting captive owners and service providers’ excellence and innovation.
RMC Group has been nominated for Captive Manager of the Year. This award is open to all captive management companies that have performed exceptionally well during the last 12 months. The nominees will be judged on their growth by revenue, client numbers, service offering, and client satisfaction. Judges will consider the implementation of technology, accessibility for clients, and initiatives developed.
The winners will be announced during a virtual awards ceremony on November 26, 2020.
For more information on this virtual event, CLICK HERE.
RMC Group is excited to announce that Courtney Boles has joined the company as a Captive Risk Consultant. Courtney is responsible for building relationships and soliciting new business for the captive division of RMC Group.
“After my sabbatical on a remote tropical island, I’m recharged and excited to be back in the insurance industry. I’m happy to partner with a company like RMC Group that is cutting-edge and diverse enough to offer myriad risk management strategies, yet still retains personalized service,” Courtney said.
Many Years of Experience
Courtney brings over 10 years of experience in the captive insurance industry to RMC Group. She has helped hundreds of businesses identify their risks and evaluate alternative risk management solutions. She has helped to form insurance companies in 14 domiciles using a variety of structures including single parent, cell, and agency captives. These captives, combined with her clients’ existing commercial insurance, medical stop loss and other programs, worked to create customized, comprehensive, and cost-effective enterprise risk management strategies. Courtney also has five years’ experience with commercial insurance for a large regional insurance broker.
Courtney is an Accredited Advisor in Insurance (AAI) and will complete her Associates in Captive Insurance (ACI) from ICCIE in 2021.
Mark Ewell, Executive Vice President of Risk with RMC Group, commented, “We are excited for Courtney to bring her knowledge and experience to our team at RMC. She will be an asset from day one and we look forward to her success.”