Blackwell Captive Solutions Welcomes New National Vice President, Sales

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Blackwell Captive Solutions, an innovative stop-loss medical captive headquartered in South Carolina and sponsored by Carrick Capital Partners, announces the appointment of Arleigh Kennedy as its new National Vice President of Sales.

“We are delighted to welcome Arleigh to the Blackwell Captive Solutions team,” said Kari L. Niblack, President of Blackwell Captive Solutions. “As Blackwell continues to differentiate itself and offer unique options and flexible solutions compared to other captives, Arleigh’s excellent reputation, vast industry knowledge and creativity elevate Blackwell to a higher level of service by providing breakthrough solutions to our customers.”

Kennedy joins Blackwell Captive Solutions with over 25 years of experience in the insurance and cash flow industry. His knowledge and expertise extends from his past work for carriers, BUCA and an MGU, as well as his work in underwriting, sales, product development and supplier relations.

“I’m excited to join Blackwell Captive Solutions to help deliver unique and impactful solutions to customers with a focus on choice and flexibility,” said Kennedy. “In the years I’ve been in this industry, I’ve seen a lot of change. Employers are looking for partners who will help them manage the rising costs of health insurance. It’s also recognition that one size doesn’t fit all It’s a flexible approach balanced with access to the best partners that sets Blackwell apart.

About Blackwell

Blackwell Captive Solutions offers essential stability with desired flexibility with state-of-the-art solutions that combine purchasing power and freedom of personalization. Based in South Carolina, Blackwell Captive Solutions forms partnerships with industry leaders to provide the best platform for cost containment and clinical services. Blackwell’s services and solutions are only available on an opt-in basis, so captive members only need to participate in the solutions that work for them and their members.

Sallie R. Loera