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Press Release

Insurance Careers Month Gets Underway on Monday, February 1

January 31, 2016 – The first-ever inaugural Insurance Careers Month launches on Monday, February 1. This major multi-phased collaborative effort led by Hamilton Insurance Group, Lloyd’s of London, Marsh & McLennan, The Institutes, MyPath, Valen Analytics, The Jacobson Group, InVEST and PCI, to help raise awareness of insurance as a compelling career choice and to begin address the looming talent gap in the US insurance industry. The campaign is focused on spreading the message of insurance as the Careers Trifecta: stable, rewarding and limitless.

Over 320 companies and 400 industry professionals have already signed on to support the initiative, recognizing the importance of attracting the next generation of industry leaders. With the help of  Michigan Insurance coalition, Insuring MI Future, the State of Michigan has officially proclaimed that February will be Insurance Careers Month.

CEOs of top insurance companies, including Brian Duperreault of Hamilton Insurance Group and Inga Beale of Lloyds, recorded video testimonials conveying a call to action for the industry:

Brian Duperreault, CEO of Hamilton: http://bit.ly/23uhHID

Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyds: http://bit.ly/1QEaTTF

Mike McGavick, CEO of XL Catlin: http://bit.ly/1lTMMDJ

Dan Glaser, CEO of Marsh & McLennan: http://bit.ly/1OZmk6a

Bob Rusbuldt, President & CEO of IIABA: http://bit.ly/1WOuS2x

To learn more, visit the Insurance Careers Month website.