Brian J. Spero Is Appointed to Coverys’ Board of Directors

Boston, MA - June 20, 2019 - Coverys is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian J. Spero to the Medical Professional Mutual Insurance Company board of directors.
Spero has more than 30 years of proven expertise as a senior executive in insurance operations, legal, regulatory, and administrative leadership roles. Spero currently serves as the president and CEO of The Beacon Mutual Insurance Company. In this role, he leads the organization’s strategic corporate vision by working closely with the board of directors and senior management team and oversees the financial infrastructure and ensures Beacon’s fiscal strength, including investment strategy, preservation of assets, reinsurance programs, and claim reserve requirements. Spero previously served as executive vice president, chief operating officer, and general counsel of Beacon.
“Brian is a great addition to the board and brings a wealth of experience developing and maintaining strategic alliances to coordinate the delivery of comprehensive, high-quality, and cost-effective insurance programs,” said Brenda E. Richardson, MD, chair of the board of directors. “The board and management look forward to working with him in the coming years.”
Prior to joining The Beacon Mutual Insurance Company, Spero was a founding partner of Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP, a partner and associate at Tillinghast, Collins & Graham in Providence, Rhode Island, and law clerk to the Honorable Francis J. Boyle, United States District Court, District of Rhode Island.
Spero serves on the Rhode Island Governor’s Insurance Council, the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Rhode Island Public Expenditures Council, and the Meeting Street School Audit and Finance Committee. He also serves as a Bank of Newport corporator, an American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds vice president & executive committee member, and is a member of the Association of Corporate Counsel, the Rhode Island Bar Association, and the Massachusetts Bar Association.  He is admitted to practice of law in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Spero obtained a Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School and a Bachelor of Arts from Colgate University.