More NewsBrown & Brown Names Thomas Riley as Chief Acquisitions Officer

Brown & Brown Names Thomas Riley as Chief Acquisitions Officer

Brown & Brown, an insurance company, has named regional president Thomas Riley, certified public accountant (CPA), chartered property casualty underwriter (CPCU), certified management accountant (CMA), and certified insurance counsellor (CIC), as chief acquisitions officer (CAO). Riley will assume responsibility for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity of the company and its subsidiaries, and for the supervision of the personnel within the company who work on acquisition matters. He will continue to have regional oversight responsibility for operations in south Florida and the northeastern US while assuming additional duties in connection with this promotion.

Riley has been with Brown & Brown since 1990, when he joined as chief financial officer (CFO). He has been promoted through several positions over the years and was elected as regional executive vice president (EVP) in 2001. He was elected regional president in 2005. As regional president and CAO, Riley will continue to be responsible for his current regional operations but will enhance his responsibilities through an expanded role in growing the company’s overall operations.

Riley is a member of various regional and national insurance carriers’ advisory councils as well as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Related Articles

Preparing for GDPR? Here’s four things to consider

More News Preparing for GDPR? Here’s four things to consider

3m Elliott Wiseman
Cash flow in focus for investors

Cash Management Cash flow in focus for investors

4m Conor Deegan
Treasury TV: Karen Pugsley, Domino's Pizza Group

More News Treasury TV: Karen Pugsley, Domino's Pizza Group

4m Victoria Beckett
Treasury TV: Yeng Butler compares US and European MMF reforms

Compliance Treasury TV: Yeng Butler compares US and European MMF reforms

4m Victoria Beckett
Treasury TV: Tim de Knegt, The Port of Rotterdam

10 Minutes With The Treasury Treasury TV: Tim de Knegt, The Port of Rotterdam

4m Victoria Beckett
Banks are selling clients short with short dated cash deposit U-turns

Banking Banks are selling clients short with short dated cash deposit U-turns

4m Victoria Beckett
What does sterling’s Brexit boost mean for UK manufacturers?

More News What does sterling’s Brexit boost mean for UK manufacturers?

5m Tasja Botha
FX for corporates: 5 best practices for treasurers

Economy FX for corporates: 5 best practices for treasurers

5m Mateo Graziosi