Kenneth Kaprelian appointed as Institutional Partner Manager
Berkley Accident and Health Appoints Kenneth Kaprelian as Institutional Partner Manager
July 14, 2017 – Hamilton Square, NJ – Berkley Accident and Health, a Berkley Company, has appointed Kenneth Kaprelian as Institutional Partner Manager in the company’s Centralized Institutional Stop Loss division. In his new role, Ken will be responsible for supporting Stop Loss distribution through large national brokerage and consulting firms across the country. Berkley Accident and Health’s Centralized Institutional Partner Program provides a single point of contact for distribution partners that choose to work with a more limited number of carriers through a centralized distribution model, rather than individual local offices.
“We are excited to have Ken join the Berkley Accident and Health team,” said John Wapelhorst, Vice President of Institutional Business. “Ken brings many years of Stop Loss carrier experience in the national brokerage and consulting market, which aligns perfectly with the focus of our Centralized Institutional Partner Program.”
Ken has over 15 years of Stop Loss insurance sales experience, in addition to account management and underwriting exposure. Prior to joining Berkley Accident and Health, Ken was a top sales performer in Medical Stop Loss for a Forbes Global 2000 company. Ken brings additional knowledge to this role as a Certified Self-Funding Specialist (CSFS®). A graduate of the University of Delaware, Ken will be based out of Greensboro, NC.
About Berkley Accident and Health
Berkley Accident and Health is a member company of W. R. Berkley Corporation, a Fortune 500 company. Berkley Accident and Health provides an innovative portfolio of accident and health insurance products. It offers four categories of products: Employer Stop Loss, Group Captive, Managed Care (including HMO Reinsurance and Provider Excess), and Specialty Accident. The company underwrites Stop Loss coverage through Berkley Life and Health Insurance Company, rated A+ (Superior) by A.M. Best.