Marsh Boosts Private Equity Group With Five Hires

Sep 16 2010 | 1:42pm ET

Insurance broker Marsh has added a quintet of executives to its private equity practice.

James O’Brien, Jason Hawkins and Craig Warnke were named managing directors at the firm, with Jim Beatty and Machua Millett hired as senior vice presidents. The former four will work at Marsh’s New York headquarters, while Millett will be based in Boston.

O’Brien, Hawkins, Warnke and Beatty all join from Aon. O’Brien led that first’s private equity and transaction solutions group; the other three were members of that team. Millett most recently worked at law firm Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge.


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