September 19, 2012, CHICAGO, IL – Brian McPherson has joined The Horton Group as a Sales Consultant responsible for generating new business and providing ongoing strategic advice for clients’ employee benefit programs.
In light of significant changes in the insurance industry over the past 15 years, McPherson’s extensive experience in a variety of industries, small and large, local and global, make him a perfect fit for this essential role at The Horton Group.
“I am excited to join the Horton team. My goal is to help my clients contain employee benefit costs, retain competitive benefit plans and enhance human resources infrastructure in a very difficult economy,” said McPherson.
Part of McPherson’s success is his unique approach to client advocacy. As a proactive business partner, he is forward thinking and always uncovering unique ways for his client to succeed.
“The insurance industry will continue to change, forcing employers to adapt to the marketplace. My focus is to maintain open and forthright communication and bring new ideas to the table for the short and long-term,” said McPherson.
McPherson lives with his family in Oswego, Illinois.
About The Horton Group
The Horton Group is one of the largest privately held insurance brokers in the country, ranking fifth in the metro Chicago market. Taking a holistic approach to the insurance and risk needs of our clients, Horton employs a model that focuses on driving down cost and workload resulting in a comprehensive insurance program. Our unique combination of service capabilities and business excellence gives Horton’s clients real solutions to complex issues. Our company’s tools, techniques and talent come together to form Horton’s aggressive, growth-oriented culture of quality. Horton has offices in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin.
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