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Brian W

Claims Examiner - 10 Years of Experience - Near 08053

Occupation:

Claims Examiner

Location:

Marlton, NJ

Education Level:

Master

Will Relocate:

YES

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I am very interested in pursuing underwriting. I would like to find a company who promotes from within and has the upward mobility within the company.

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COMPANY POSITION HELD DATES WORKED

(Confidential) Salvage Examiner/ Salvage Lead 6/2008 - Present
(Confidential) Salvage Examiner 6/2008 - Present
Madison Equity Group Processor / Underwriter Account Executive 5/2006 - 11/2006
(Confidential) Account Representative / Media Consultant / - Present
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SCHOOL MAJOR YEAR DEGREE

University of Phoenix Global Management 2008 Master Degree
Arizona State University Communications Broadcasting, Walter Cronkite 1996 Bachelor Degree
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Highlights:

Conducted an auction with a $1 million dollar diamond and $1 million dollar Burmese ruby. Initially I received a bid for $65,000 for the ruby. Through the verification process it was discovered the ruby was Burmese which increased the bid to $900,000.
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Currently training and managing two fellow employees with operational efficiency. Since 2009, I have reduced AIG's exposure by $80 million dollars. Manage high risk losses with chemicals, medical devices, jewelry, commodities, heavy equipment to minimize loss exposure to AIG. Assign and manage external vendors to ensure project timelines and AIG protocols are adhered too. Break down complex projects into smaller, simple tasks to complete projects Provide cost/benefit for salvage purposes Conduct auctions for heavy equipment, machinery, commodities and jewelry Initiated GIA verification program for jewelry losses; this program increased auction results by 15%-20%.
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