Company Overview of Munich Re Stop Loss, Inc.
Munich Re Stop Loss, Inc. provides risk management services and stop loss products for the self-funded group market in the United States. The company specializes in excess loss products and services to meet the insurance needs of employer and provider groups. Its services include underwriting guidance, actuarial, expedited claims, plan network and program evaluation, and care management resources. The company was formerly known as Cairnstone, Inc. and changed its name to Munich Re Stop Loss, Inc. in April 2010. The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Andover, Massachusetts with regional offices in Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Utah. Munich Re Stop ...
200 Brickstone Square
Andover, MA 01810
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for Munich Re Stop Loss, Inc.
Vice President of Operations
Chief Information Officer and Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Munich Re Stop Loss, Inc. Key Developments
Munich Re Stop Loss Appoints Travis Micucci as President
Jan 7 14
Munich Health North America announced that Travis Micucci has been appointed President of Munich Re Stop Loss, effective immediately. Travis was previously with Sun Life Financial where he held the position of Regional Vice President responsible for their eastern region's stop loss distribution. Travis spent almost twenty years with Sun Life Financial holding a variety of positions including Leader of the Stop Loss Underwriting and Medical Risk Teams, Group Sales Manager for the Cleveland and NYC offices, and sales representative in the Tampa office. Joining Munich Health, Travis will be based in Munich Re Stop Loss's Andover, MA office and will report directly to Donna Peterson. He will be responsible for developing and implementing business strategy, enhancing client relationships and growing the stop loss business.
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