SterlingRisk Insurance, a Woodbury, N.Y.-based, independently owned insurance brokerage, has hired Geraldine DelPrete as director of programs and senior vice president.
DelPrete brings more than 25 years of experience to SterlingRisk, having held senior reinsurance and program development positions at some of the world’s largest insurance brokers, including Aon Corp.
He started his reinsurance career at Guy Carpenter & Company LLC, where he held his professional career for 12 years at various positions before joining investment banking company J. Henry Schroeder.
He then joined Aon Re and was promoted to senior vice president of the Disaster Management Group, and six years later joined the American accounts and joined the American accounts. DelPrete joins Willis Re to help develop Willis Re’s New York team / business unit. He also served as vice president with the Global Account Initiative and a member of the Willis Partners’ Council.
Prior to joining TigerRisk Partners in 2008, DelPrete was a senior vice president for Gallagher Re, who was responsible for leading the US Property and Abuse Agreement Group and for Gallagher Re’s sale to Aon Corp.
Established in 1932, SterlingRisk has offices in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, California and Indiana. The company has experience in many areas such as property and accident, aviation, environment, construction, employee benefits consultancy, personal lines, risk management, loss control and advocacy.
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