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Lockton Benefit Group Expands International Benefit Team
Date:11/23/2009

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Christine Hoehne has joined Lockton Benefit Group, the world's largest privately owned insurance brokerage. Hoehne will serve as an Account Executive in Lockton's International Benefit Services practice in Lockton's Minneapolis office.

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"We are thrilled to have Christine join our team," said Pam Enright, Director of Lockton International Benefit Services. "She broadens our ability to assist our multinational clients with employee benefit strategies for non-U.S. employees, including local nationals as well as expatriates and third country nationals. Christine brings to Lockton a wealth of knowledge in statutory benefits and competitive benefit practices in many countries around the globe. Additionally, her expertise in multinational pooling will further expand our international consulting services for our multinational clients."

Prior to joining Lockton, Hoehne spent eight years as an Account Executive for the Americas region of All Net, the international employee benefits network of the Allianz Group. She assisted multinational clients with competitive and compliant employee benefit solutions and multinational pooling in 80+ countries. She was also responsible for partnerships in China and India. She has prior work experience in human resources and insurance brokerage industries.

Hoehne received her Group Benefits Associate (GBA) designation from the International Fou
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