BPL Global and EIA Global are delighted to announce that they have signed a memorandum of understanding to form a joint venture insurance broking company in New York. The joint venture will focus on global financial institutions which will benefit from its globally-integrated specialist credit and political risk insurance (CPRI) broking services. As client demand for such services dictates, the joint venture will expand its offerings to a growing list of financial institutions and multinational corporations with a worldwide footprint.
EIA Global is pleased to announce the appointment of John Brennan to its trade credit and political risk insurance team. John brings to EIA Global a solid background in global banking, structured trade, and trade finance. He will be based in EIA Global’s New York City office where he will work closely with Senior Managing Director, John Lavelle.
EIA Global is pleased to announce that it has entered into a formal consulting agreement with Mr. Alberto Ossa. Mr. Ossa is the founder and president of LTR Global. LTR Global was Chile’s first specialist trade credit insurance brokerage firm and part of the EIA/BPL Global Group since 2004. He will be advising EIA Global in connection with our efforts to promote and provide Trade Credit and Political Risk Insurance to U.S.-based corporations and banks doing business in Latin America.
EIA Global is pleased to announce that John Lavelle has joined its trade credit and political risk insurance team. Mr. Lavelle’s tenure in the trade credit and political risk insurance industry includes significant experience as both an insurer and broker.
EIA Global, of Walpole, MA, is very proud to announce that we have moved! After 30 years in our old location at 40 Front Street, we have found ourselves a new expansive home in the old town library.
EIA Global is pleased to announce the addition of Steve Borgeson (Harvard A.B. 1976, Case Western Law J.D. 1982) to its legal team. Steve joins an already experienced EIA Global legal staff consisting of Bradley P. Wilson (Harvard College A.B. 1975 and the Suffolk University and Boston University Law Schools) and Edward Giandomenico (Yale University B.A. 1978, Boston University Law J.D. 1982).