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Senior vice president
Chris Consolo joined Marsh L.L.C. as an intern and hasn’t looked back. After graduating with a degree in economics, he joined the brokerage fulltime in 2005. He works in the global property practice and credits his loyalty to Marsh to his clients and colleagues.
Best advice you’ve been given
Let my work product speak for myself.
Best-kept secret about insurance
People think that working in insurance is reviewing insurance contracts on a daily basis, but really it’s the opportunity to see inside a variety of companies across the landscape of business.
What inspires you?
Certainly my parents have inspired me. I have also been fortunate to have several role models in the industry as well.
Next big thing in insurance
Within (the property sector) and insurance, it’s the continued development of terms and conditions. Any crossover with cyber is a hot topic these days, but that’s a continued development of property and insurance. I look forward to helping develop those terms and conditions throughout the next decade.
How do you unwind?
Taking a short walk when I get home with my girlfriend and dog. Walking around the city in general is a nice way to unwind in the city of Chicago.
Hobbies and interests
I’m a big Cleveland sports fan. I am from Cleveland.
Something people don’t know about you
I think I am a bit of an open book. I love my job. I like working here in Chicago. I am close with family and friends. That’s me in a nutshell.
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