Beecher Carlson Names Bill Daly as Chief Operating Officer

July 31, 2019

ATLANTA (July 31, 2019) – Beecher Carlson Insurance Services, LLC (“Beecher Carlson”), a specialized large account insurance broker, announces the appointment of Bill Daly as Chief Operating Officer (COO). Daly will report to Joe Siech, Chief Executive Officer of Beecher Carlson, and will serve as a member of the executive leadership team.

Prior to assuming the role of COO of Beecher Carlson, Daly served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Brown & Brown, Inc.’s Retail Division. Brown & Brown, Inc. is the sixth largest independent insurance brokerage in the nation, providing risk management solutions to businesses, corporations, governmental institutions, professional organizations, trade associations, families, and individuals.

Speaking to the collaborative nature of the Brown & Brown family of companies, Daly has previously filled a number of roles for Beecher Carlson, namely serving as interim CFO prior to the hiring of Kim Jenis. He has additionally served as a member of Beecher Carlson’s Executive Committee for the past 15 months, working to advance key IT and efficiency initiatives across the Beecher Carlson platform. In his role as COO, Daly will oversee Bermuda wholesale, product groups, team resources, IT, insurance operations, and partnership agreements.

“Having had the opportunity to work with Bill already, I have no doubt that he will be a high impact player on our team,” states Siech. “With his knowledge of the Brown & Brown organization and resources, Bill will create efficiencies in the way we partner with our clients to develop and implement innovative ways to identify, quantify, mitigate, and finance risk.”

Prior to joining Brown & Brown, Daly served as CFO for a large mass media and information firm. He has more than 20 years of financial and operational experience. Daly is an Accredited Adviser in Insurance and holds a bachelor’s degree in international business from the State University of New York at Buffalo as well as a master’s in business administration in Finance from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.