NEW YORK, Jan. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Lockton has hired Caitlin Shea McGrath to serve as Vice President of National Product Recall and Accidental Contamination Risk Consulting. Lockton, the world's largest privately held, independent insurance broker, created the position to help clients facing exposures in this challenging risk area.
"We are excited to have Caitlin on board," said Paul Primavera, Lockton's Executive Vice President of National Risk Control Services. "She will provide well-grounded expertise in the area of product recall and accidental contamination to our clients."
Prior to joining Lockton, McGrath worked with clients on crisis management at Aon and had previously served as an underwriter for Starr Companies. She will work closely with Lockton's London Product Recall Group as well as U.S. clients with global exposure and domestic and global carriers.
McGrath will also work with Lockton's experts in London to help clients identify adverse exposure trends, provide world class insurance program design recommendations, and implement unique risk management tools to clients facing this exposure.
McGrath will be located in Lockton's New York office at 1185 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 2010 New York, NY 10036 and can be reached at 646-572-7300.
More than 6,000 professionals at Lockton provide 50,000 clients around the world with risk management, insurance, employee benefits consulting, and retirement 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, independent insurance broker in the world and 9th largest overall. For eight consecutive years, Business Insurance magazine 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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