A&M adds Scott Harrison to Insurance Advisory team

10 April 2015 Consultancy.uk

Professional service firm Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) has strengthened its insurance advisory offering in the United States with Scott Harrison, who joins as a Managing Director in the firm's Insurance and Risk Advisory Services practice.

Scott Harrison joins Alvarez & Marsal with nearly 30 years of experience in advising insurance companies and their strategic partners on how to improve operations, manage their businesses and mitigate risk. Prior to joining A&M, Harrison worked as Deputy Superintendent of the New York State Insurance Department, Deputy Commissioner of the Delaware Insurance Department and interim Chief Compliance Officer for a Fortune 500 life and health insurance company. Prior to that he spent years in the consulting industry, working as a Principal with Navigant Consulting and as a Partner with KPMG, where he managed the firm’s national insurance regulatory practice.

Harrison holds a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School and a Bachelor degree in Political Science from Gordon College.

A&M appoints Scott Harrison as MD Insurance Advisory

Harrison brings extensive experience in regulatory, compliance, corporate governance and risk advisory services to his new role as Managing Director in A&M’s Insurance and Risk Advisory Services practice. “Scott’s long-term dedication to serving the insurance industry and regulatory community along with his deep understanding of the evolving regulatory landscape enhances our ability to better serve clients and enriches our suite of services.  His experience benefits our clients as they continue to address the challenges posed by rapid industry shifts,” explains Jim McDermott, A&M’s Insurance and Risk Advisory Services Practice Lead.

Commenting on his appointment, Harrison says: “I am delighted to join A&M, a well-respected firm known for cutting-edge work.  The firm’s reputation for operational excellence and resourceful client problem solving matches the way I work with clients on regulatory, advisory, compliance and corporate governance issues.”

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