KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Lockton announced the expansion of its global benefits practice with the addition of Ron Brewer as Regional Practice Leader, Western Region.
In his role, Ron is responsible for consulting with Lockton clients on complex global employee benefits engagements and managing a team of global client service employees. "Ron has more than 25 years of outstanding employee benefits experience and a deep knowledge of the global employee benefits landscape," said Pam Enright, Senior Vice President and Director of Lockton's Global Benefits Practice. "Our clients will benefit from his extensive experience, and his approach to global business will be an asset as more employers explore their options around the world. He knows the marketplace and will manage our clients' international benefits needs flawlessly."
Ron previously worked for Aon Hewitt as Vice President of Global Benefits and for Mercer Health and Benefits as a Principal in the International Consulting Group. He also worked for Willis Employee Benefits and Marsh Employee Benefits in international benefits roles.
Ron will office in La Jolla, CA. He may be reached at 858-587-3144 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More than 4,950 professionals at Lockton provide 35,000 clients around the world with risk management, insurance, and employee benefits consulting services that improve their businesses. From its founding in 1966 in Kansas City, Missouri, Lockton has attracted entrepreneurial professionals who have driven its growth to become the largest privately held insurance broker in the world and 9th largest overall. Independent researcher Greenwich Associates has awarded Lockton its Service Excellence Award for risk management for large companies. For four consecutive years, Business Insurance has recognized Lockton as a "Best Place to Work in Insurance." To see the latest insights from Lockton's experts, check the Lockton Health Reform and Compliance Services Blog and the Lockton HR Technology and Outsourcing Blog.