Hanover elects new member to board of directors

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Hanover elects new member to board of directors

The Hanover Insurance Group has elected a business consultant veteran as the newest member of the company’s board of directors.

Kevin Bradicich’s election to Hanover’s board of directors is effective immediately, a release said. The 60-year-old Bradicich recently retired from his role as a senior partner at McKinsey & Company, where he spent the last 35 years of his career.

At McKinsey, Bradicich was a leader in the company’s global insurance group and also led McKinsey’s North American property and casualty insurance practice, where he helped drive transformative growth for global clients. He has an extensive insurance background, having handled concerns related to reinsurance, brokerage, property and casualty, life and health, and primary and alternative risk.

Bradicich received his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Princeton University and his Master of Business Administration degree from The University of Chicago.

“Kevin is a seasoned insurance leader with broad and impressive experience in the property and casualty space,” said The Hanover chairman of the board P. Kevin Condron. “He brings a vast knowledge of the opportunities and challenges facing insurance companies today. We are very pleased to have Kevin join our board. “

Bradicich’s election comes as current member Richard H. Booth retires from the board.

“We also want to thank Richard for his service, insight and perspective, in particular as the company appointed new leadership and refined its go-forward business strategy,” Condron added. “We wish Richard all the best.” 

 

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