Integro Ltd. operates as a specialist insurance brokerage company. It offers brokerage, claims, risk management, and risk analytics services in the segments of aviation, casualty, employee benefits, entertainment, environmental, financial institution, healthcare, management risk, marine, mergers and acquisition, property, reinsurance, surety, and trade and logistics. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, New York. It has locations in Albany and New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Austin, Texas; Boston, Massachusetts; Miami, Florida; Montclair, New Jersey; Nashville and Chicago, Illinois; Park City, Utah; Pasadena, California; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Portland...
1 State Street Plaza
New York, NY 10004
Founded in 2005
Integro Ltd. Hires Ben Rubin as Principal and Head of Mergers & Acquisitions
Jun 25 15
Integro Ltd. announced the hiring of Ben Rubin as a principal and head of mergers & acquisitions, a new position. Rubin joins Integro from Chicago's Lake Forest Bank & Trust, where, since 2006, he led insurance brokerage acquisition-related financing activities in the US and Canada.
Integro Ltd. Announces Executive Changes
Jan 15 15
Integro Ltd. appointment of Ethan Crain as Boston operations leader, and the hiring of Peter Lavery as a principal in the Boston office. Crain succeeds Ruth Kilduff, who was appointed chairman of Integro USA in 2014 and who continues to lead the firm's Healthcare practice. Crain is a managing principal in the firm's Healthcare practice and has twice been selected by Risk & Insurance magazine for its 'Power Broker' award. He joined Integro in 2006 from Aon, where he served as associate director of the National Healthcare Alternative Risk practice. Peter joins from Aon, where he rose to senior vice president, member of the Northeast Leadership Team, and Boston Casualty Brokerage practice leader.
NewStar Leads Financing for Integro Ltd
Dec 10 14
NewStar Financial Inc. announced that it served as Lead Arranger and Administrative Agent for Senior Credit Facilities provided to Integro Ltd. (Integro or the company). The credit facilities were comprised of a revolving line of credit, which was undrawn at closing, and a combination of funded and delayed draw term loans. The transaction also included an accordion feature, which could significantly increase the size of the facilities at the Company's request subject to lender approval. The initial proceeds from the financing were used to refinance existing debt with significant undrawn borrowing capacity remaining available to support the Company's future funding needs related to its growth strategy.