Brian M. Storms
Prior to joining APX, Storms was CEO of Marsh Inc., the world's leading risk advisory and insurance brokerage firm, with revenues of $5 billion and 26,000 employees. He was also a member of the executive committee of Marsh’s public company parent, Marsh & McLennan (MMC). While at Marsh, Brian was a committed advocate on the issue of climate change, including collaboration and participation with numerous high profile partners and initiatives, such as: the Clinton Global Initiative; the U.S. Climate Action Partnership; the Business Environmental Leadership Council of the Pew Center for Climate Change; and Ceres.
Before moving over to lead Marsh, Brian was President and CEO of MMC sister company, Mercer Human Resource Consulting, which he joined in late 2004. Prior to Mercer, Brian was President and CEO of UBS Global Asset Management – Americas, and a member of the UBS Group Managing Board. From 1996-1999, he was President of the Prudential Investments mutual fund and annuity complex and a member of the Prudential Securities Board, and from 1991-1996 Brian held various senior positions with Fidelity Investments, culminating with the successful launch of Fidelity’s International Retirement Group. Brian began his career as an account executive for E.F. Hutton in New York.
He earned his BS in economics from the State University of New York, Stony Brook. 
JLN News Feed
Traders Flock to Tech Options as Stocks Soar; Options traders have gone full bull — here’s why they might regret it
Nasdaq CFO Michael Ptasznik to Present at Raymond James 41st Annual Institutional Investors Conference
[JPX,TSE,OSE,JPX-R,JSCC,TOCOMAppointment of Representative Executive Officers and Candidates for Directors and Executive Officers, etc.]
[TSEPublication of "Overview of Market Structure Review and Outline of the New Market Segments"]
[JPX,TSE,OSE,TOCOMCancellation of seminars/events and temporary closure of visitor facilities in response to novel coronavirus outbreak]
We visit more than 100 websites daily for financial news (Would YOU do that?). Read the John Lothian Newsletter.