Dixon Joins Lockton In Nashville

Financial & Professional insurance expert added to insurance brokerage team

Jan 23, 2014, 13:17 ET from Lockton

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Lockton, the world's largest privately held insurance broker, has added longtime Nashville financial services executive Kristin Dixon to its team. Dixon has been named Assistant Vice President-Account Executive at Lockton where she will be responsible for financial services insurance program development, negotiation, placement, and service for corporate clients.

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Dixon comes to Lockton from insurance broker Marsh where she spent 18 years, the last eight years as Senior Vice President spearheading the Financial & Professional Insurance Products operation in Tennessee and was the Healthcare Industry resource for the Southeast.

Dixon holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the Indiana University of PA and an M.B.A from Jacksonville University. She also holds the designations of Certified Insurance Counselor and Certified Risk Manager.

Dixon is located at 725 Cool Springs, Suite 600, Franklin, TN, 37067. Dixon can be reached at 615 732-6092 or kdixon@lockton.com.

More than 4,900 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 five 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 Lockton Market Update.

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