Jack Flug is a veteran of the insurance industry with over 30 years of experience. As head of
U.S. FINPRO claims, he advises and negotiates complex claim workouts on a broad range of
Financial and Professional Liability lines, consulting with clients and colleagues around
settlement strategies as well as coverage considerations attendant to transactional exposures.
Jack’s longstanding relationships at the most senior level in the insurance marketplace, both
on the underwriting and claims sides, enable him to provide valuable insight as to how
disputes around coverage should be resolved. In addition, Jack leads our U.S. professions
practice, providing consultation on placement strategy, construction of tailored endorsement
language, and negotiations with senior underwriters and coverage counsel on behalf of our
Jack returned to Marsh in November 2008. He began his career in the claims department of American International Group (AIG) in 1985, and held several senior positions there in both underwriting and claims capacities. His career in the insurance brokerage arena has included four years as a managing director for Beecher Carlson and a previous tenure at Marsh, during which he led the New York operation and helped to pioneer the field of claims advocacy on such coverage lines as directors and officers liability, employment practices liability, ERISA/fiduciary liability, all forms of professional liability, crime/fidelity, and special risk.
- BA in sociology, Queens College
- JD, Touro College School of Law
- Frequent speaker at continuing education programs and other professional gatherings on topics of concern to the risk management community
- Author or co-author of numerous articles on insurance coverage