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President of U.S. field operations, Joseph Boren retires from Ironshore

1st December 2017 - Author: Staff Writer

Joseph Boren is set to retire from his role as Ironshore President of U.S. field Operations after serving in the role for 6 years.

Ironshore logoHis successor, David Frediani, has been promoted from a role as President of Ironshore International and Head of Regional Distribution.

Boren is credited with having elevated industry awareness of environmental risks impacting virtually every commercial industry sector on a global basis.

He joined Ironshore in 2009 as Chairman of Ironshore Environmental and was appointed to President of Field Operations two years later, where he built out Ironshore’s nationwide distribution platform encompassing 18 offices in six geographic regions.

Boren will continue his active involvement in New York area not-for-profit organizations, serving as Chairman of Riverkeeper, and as Board member of the New York City All-Stars Project Initiative.

“I have had the privilege of working directly with Joe for many years during our respective careers within the insurance industry,” stated Kevin Kelley, Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

“Joe is a highly respected industry leader and his commitment to environmental issues and protective actions have made an indelible impression on how our industry responds to this precarious sector of the market,” continued Kelley.

His successor, Frediani will report to Shaun Kelly, President Ironshore, and CEO of Ironshore’s U.S. Operations, who welcomed him to the new role; “Under David’s leadership, we can continue to build upon our operational footprint to meet the strategic growth objectives for the Ironshore brand,”  said Kelly.

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