Lockton, the world’s largest privately held insurance brokerage, is pleased to welcome Christopher Bonesteel and Scott Martin to its Northeast region. Both will serve as Senior Vice President, Senior Client Executive in the Healthcare Practice. Bonesteel will also lead growth in the Mid-Atlantic Market for the Northeast.
In addition to managing client accounts, Bonesteel and Martin will be responsible for enhancing Lockton’s position in the healthcare market. Bonesteel will be based in Philadelphia and Martin in Virginia. They will both report to John Upright, Senior Vice President, Healthcare Practice Leader for Lockton’s Northeast region.
“Chris and Scott are highly regarded professionals who deepen Lockton’s position as a leading risk and insurance partner to the healthcare industry. With Chris and Scott, we increase our capabilities and further our bench strength in both risk transfer and alternative risk financing solutions specific to healthcare organizations,” said John Upright, Senior Vice President, Healthcare Practice Leader.
Bonesteel has spent a significant portion of his career managing client relationships and brokering for a wide range of healthcare clients. He specializes in strategic client relationship management and has considerable experience with key lines of business including professional liability, alternative risk financing solutions, and construction risk for healthcare organizations. Bonesteel rejoins Lockton from RCM&D, where he served as a Healthcare Client Services Team Leader.
Martin also joins Lockton from RCM&D, where he managed client relationships and brokered specialized lines of business, such as management liability, cyber liability, and professional liability for healthcare clients. He is also experienced with alternative risk financing solutions. Before joining Lockton, he was a Healthcare Client Services Team Leader as well as a Cyber Practice Leader.
“I’m excited to join Lockton, which brings best-in-class tools, strategic advice and customized solutions that help clients to succeed in a highly nuanced industry,” said Bonesteel.