06 February 2018
Reporter: Becky Butcher

USA Risk Group appoints new CEO

USA Risk Group has appointed Stephen Roseman as president and CEO, replacing Gary Osborne, who stepped down from the role last month.

Roseman will lead the USA Risk Group’s operational leadership team that has been in place since 2016, and will be responsible for overseeing the firm’s long-term growth strategy.

The new president and CEO has worked closely with the senior management at the firm since its acquisition by Spencer Capital Holdings in 2015.

Roseman brings more than 20 years of experience, including his role as president of Spencer Capital Holdings, where his responsibilities include overseeing a portfolio of insurance and financial services companies.

At USA Risk Group, Roseman will develop a client advisory panel to help shape the future of the firm. The panel will gather insights with regard to the shifting captive management landscape.

Commenting on his appointment, Roseman said: “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to join as CEO of USA Risk Group, where I have worked closely with a team of experts, each with a unique skill set, who pride themselves in implementing impactful solutions while serving as trusted advisors to their clients.”

He added: “I am excited about the opportunity for growth that lies ahead while building on the legacy of consistent, high-quality customer service that has driven USA Risk Group for nearly 40 years.”

Osborne departed the firm after serving a 22-year tenure at the company. He joined the firm in 1995 as head of its Hawaii operations.

During his time as president, Osborne was responsible for the development of risk strategies and programmes for clients and prospects, as well as the captive and alternative market divisions of USA Risk.

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