Michael Tomasulo is senior vice president and leader of the management liability practice group.
Mike has worked with hundreds of public traded companies, ranging from Fortune 100s to over-the-counter-traded (OTC) companies, in placing their directors and officers liability insurance. He is a regular speaker at Corporate Board Member magazine’s annual Boardroom Summit and at the annual Directors’ Summit, sponsored by the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Shortly after joining AH&T, Mike worked with Corporate Board Member magazine and Cornerstone Research on a benchmark survey of approximately 300 companies to gather data on average securities settlements by company, industry and market capitalization. A web-based application is in development that draws on the survey data to give AH&T and its clients a benchmark analysis of their directors and officers liability and other management liability insurance needs.
Prior to joining AH&T in 2010, he was a senior vice president and team leader at AON Risk Services in New York City. He was a founding member of the NASDAQ Insurance Agency, which created NASDAQ’s own full-service insurance brokerage, and was responsible for East and Central regions until he assisted in the sale of the agency to AON. Mike also has held regional underwriting officer roles at global insurance companies AIG and Zurich.
Mike is a member of Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS). He also previously served as treasurer of Lincroft Bible Church in Lincroft, N.J.
A Personal Note
“D&O and management liability appeals to me because there’s nothing cookie-cutter about it. It’s a small, specialized industry, and very few people fully understand it. It’s important to craft each package specifically for the client. I started working in property and casualty insurance while I was going to school at night and studying finance to get my MBA. Management liability is a good fit because it requires the ability to analyze and understand financial issues and to work with CFOs.”