PIC Wisconsin: Promotes Brady To Senior Vice President

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Brady to Join Organization’s Strategic Management Team

MADISON, Wis. – Physicians Insurance Company of Wisconsin, Inc. (PIC WISCONSIN) today announced that Chris Brady has been promoted to senior vice president and will join the organization’s strategic management team. He is responsible for coordinating among the company’s strategic business units to create and implement business plans that support the company’s overall goals.

In addition to his new responsibilities, Brady will continue to lead the company’s health care facilities strategic business unit. Brady previously served as PIC WISCONSIN’s vice president of business development.

“We would like to congratulate Chris on his well-deserved promotion,” said Bill Montei, president and CEO of PIC WISCONSIN. “Chris has a great deal of experience, skill and talent in the insurance industry, and we are pleased to be able to use his skills to the fullest extent in his new position. This will allow PIC WISCONSIN to continue meeting and exceeding our clients’ expectations.”

Brady has more than 25 years of experience in the insurance industry. Prior to joining PIC WISCONSIN, Brady served as vice president of marketing for the Physicians Insurance Company of Ohio (PICO) where he was responsible for the company’s marketing, advertising, public relations, sales, and corporate and investor relations activities.

Brady earned his bachelor’s degree in education and business from Ohio State University. He is a resident of Madison.

PIC WISCONSIN is one of the country’s premier writers of medical professional liability insurance, providing insurance products and risk management services to physicians, dentists, hospitals (including allied health care providers) and integrated health care networks. PIC WISCONSIN, which is currently doing business in eight states, was founded in Wisconsin nearly two decades ago to improve the availability of insurance and to stabilize premium costs in Wisconsin.