Company Prepares For Significant Corporate Growth
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Best Practice Insurance Services, LLC (BPIS), a leading provider of underwriting, medical risk management, claims management oversight and distribution services, announced the appointment of G. Scott Cantini to the position of Chief Financial Officer and Patrick J. Riley to the position of Chief Operating Officer. Alongside current founders, Mr. Cantini and Mr. Riley are charged with driving the leadership and business growth strategy BPIS needs to expand within the insurance and medical risk management industries.
Mr. Cantini is ideally suited for this role, bringing more than two decades of corporate finance, mergers and acquisition advisory experience to the company. Prior to joining BPIS, Mr. Cantini worked as Managing Director for Morgan Joseph & Co, Inc, successfully leading its private equity capital efforts. He also worked as senior member of private equity efforts for leading investment banks including Credit Suisse First Boston, SG Cowen, Smith Barney and Bear Stearns. Mr. Cantini earned his undergraduate degree in Economics and Psychology from the University of Colorado, followed by his M.B.A. in Finance from New York University Stern School of Business.
Patrick J. Riley, CPCU offers a quarter century of insurance leadership. Prior to joining BPIS, Mr. Riley held long-term positions at a global insurance brokerage firm, sales manager and underwriter. For the last 18 years, he worked in various roles at Marsh, Inc., a global insurance brokerage firm. Before joining Best Practices, Pat held the title of Managing Director and managed the medical liability insurance company outsourcing business for Marsh. Mr. Riley earned his Bachelors of Science degree from The Ohio State University. He also holds the Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter and Associate in Risk Management designations from the Insurance Institute of America.
"We're pleased to welcome Mr. Cantini and Mr. Riley onto the BPIS executive management team," states Richard B. Welch, President & CEO of BPIS. "Both are seasoned industry veterans with an exceptional reputation within the financial and insurance communities. Since founding Best Practices in 2002, the company has grown significantly. Pat and Scott will lead our next phase of operational and financial growth initiatives."
To learn more about BPIS and its services, visit http://www.bpis.com .
About Best Practices Insurance Services
Best Practices Insurance Services, LLC (BPIS) is a wholly-owned
subsidiary of Best Practices Medical Partners, LLC (BPMP) and the exclusive
agent for Applied Medico-legal Solutions Risk Retention Group, Inc. (AMS
RRG), a leading medical malpractice risk retention group for physicians.
The company provides underwriting, brokering, clinical risk management,
claims management oversight and distribution services, combining
traditional methodologies with cutting-edge clinical quality benchmark
tools (including MedPASS Survey(TM)). As a result, clients see a
significant improvement in risk selection and underwriting results. Unlike
other medical malpractice service firms, BPIS delivers proprietary risk
management and clinical quality improvement methodologies to members
through its Insured Colleagues Program(TM), thus reducing medico-legal risk
while driving premium pricing and profitability.
Contact: Richard B. Welch, CEO
Best Practices Insurance Services Inc.
|SOURCE Best Practice Insurance Services, LLC|
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