US firm Goldberg Segalla hires ex-BLG reinsurance head for City launch

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  • Some overblown puff here. Who are Goldberg Segalla? Since when was a serviced office at 1 Cornhill the "hub of London's insurance district"? And it was Colin Croly who headed BLG's reinsurance department. O'Connell briefly headed up what little of it was left after Croly departed.

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  • why the vitriol?
    Hope it goes well for him.

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  • Wow, Back Stabba, what's your beef?
    I say good luck to Clive.
    And do your homework on Goldberg Segalla. If you don't know who they are, then you should.

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  • Combined underwriting nonprop treaty - that's what Clive was synonymous with at BLG. He shaped a lot of people's careers during that time. He has good clients who respect his attention to detail and people skills, like R&Q.

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  • Hi, Dan Gerber here. I am a Partner and Co-Chair of the Global Insurance Services Practice Group at Goldberg Segalla and we are delighted to have Clive join us and head up our London office. If you don’t know much about us, please feel free to visit our website, www.goldbergsegalla.com. For your information, we have more than 130 attorneys in 10 offices across four states in the US as well as our new London office. We have a Global Insurance Services Group of over 30 lawyers, and the firm serves as counsel for a number of Fortune 100 companies. Our insurance clients are global and we see a need for our practice to be global.

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  • O'Connell was one of BLG's big hitters pre merger. He is a very good lawyer, is well liked by clients and will do well.

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  • I did work experience at BLG a few years back and Clive was always a very approachable and down to earth guy. All the best Clive, hope it goes from strength to strength.

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