Connecticut’s Business Risk Partners Appoints Lacey as Principal Underwriter

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Business Risk Partners (BRP), a Windsor, Conn.-based specialty insurance program administrator, has appointed Brad Lacey as a principal underwriter focused on management and professional liability products.

Simultaneously, BRP has assumed the renewal rights to a management and professional liability portfolio managed by Lacey that was previously underwritten by V3 Insurance Partners, LLC (V3).
Immediately, BRP will request V3 management and professional line renewal through the broker. The BRP will provide renewal terms to eligible insurance companies through the Validus Specialty facility in the approved Stratford magazine.

Lacey has more than 20 years of experience in the specialty lines segment, which manages both carriers and general agencies. Prior to working on a custom line with the V3, he had a long duties in various positions with the Philadelphia Insurance Company. Earlier in his career, Lacey also worked as a production writer for Victor O. Schinnerer and USF & G.

Founded in 2000, BRP is tailor-made and offers agents and intermediaries across the country to medium-sized markets with a range of professional responsibility, management obligation, data breach and confidentiality and hybrid specific products and services.

Founded in 2009, V3 Insurance Partners LLC is a Newtown, Penn.-based expert program manager who offers insurance programs for midmarket companies. Application groups include internet workers compensation (V3iConnect) and property and casualty programs.

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