The risk management and brokerage firm is one of the largest in America
One of the country’s leading insurance, risk management and employee benefits brokerage and consulting firms has announced the opening of a new Boston office. Conner Strong & Buckelew, founded in Philadelphia in 1959, now has a Boston office located at One Marina Park Drive, Suite 1410 in the Seaport District. The opening of its Boston location marks the seventh office of the national firm and is part of the company’s commitment to an organic growth strategy focused in key metropolitan areas.
“As we explored opportunities to grow our geographic footprint, Boston emerged as a perfect fit for us,” said Michael Tiagwad, President and CEO of Conner Strong & Buckelew. “Not only is Boston a city with robust businesses across all types of industries, it’s a growing mecca for the life sciences industry, and new growth is sparking many construction and development projects. With longstanding client relationships in the Boston area and more than 50 years of experience serving these industries, now is the ideal time for us to establish a physical presence to serve our current and future clients.” Boston’s innovative business and research community has an undeniable energy
Boston’s innovative business and research community has an undeniable energy
Conner Strong & Buckelew’s newest office location will be managed by a joint team consisting of Daniel S. Brettler, Managing Director, Senior Vice President and Life Science and Technology Co-Practice Leader and Timothy Gosnear, CPCU, AU, Managing Director, Senior Vice President and Life Science and Technology Co-Practice Leader. Both of the team members plan on splitting their time between the Conner Strong’s offices in Philadelphia, PA; Parsippany, NJ; and Boston, MA.
“Boston’s innovative business and research community has an undeniable energy that matches with that of Conner Strong & Buckelew’s,” said Brettler. “We are proud to work with some of Boston’s top life sciences organizations and higher education providers and look forward to the opportunity to enhance these partnerships and build new ones.”