Greg Arms 2
Mr. Arms is a 40-year insurance industry veteran with deep, global experience in the Life, Health, Disability, and Pension sectors on both overseas assignments and U.S. based postings.
Over the course of his career, Greg has held senior executive roles with some of the industry’s foremost carriers and brokers, including Chubb, Marsh, Willis Group, UnitedHealth Group, AIG and Travelers. His specific leadership roles have included:
* CHUBB – Global Head of Accident & Health
* MARSH – Global co-Leader of Mercer Marsh Benefits
* WILLIS – Chairman & CEO of the Global Employee Benefits Practice
* UNITEDHEALTH – Chief Marketing Officer and International CEO
* AIG – VP Life Insurance & President/Worldwide Director of Group Management Division
Currently, as President & CEO of The Arms Group, Greg advises companies on ways to elevate their operational performance and brand prominence by fostering innovation, developing new products, sharpening value propositions, forging strategic partnerships, attracting private equity/venture capital interest, coaching executives and developing talent. Greg’s clients range in size from Insurtech start-ups and midsize health related firms up to Global 500 organizations and private investment firms.
Greg is a member of the Self Insurance Institute of America (SIIA), where he sits on the SIIA International Committee, having served as its Chairman for three years. He is an active participant at the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers (CIAB), the WorldCaptives Forum, the Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS), and the South Carolina Captive Insurance Association.
He also serves on the Board of Directors of Solei Systems Inc., (OTC: SOLI) a public holding company in the health and wellness field. Solei is comprised of two wholly owned subsidiaries: CareClix, Inc. and Clinical & Herbal Innovations, Inc. (visit their website at www.soleihealth.com).
A graduate of Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, Greg also received the Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) designation from the American College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
He and his wife reside in Kiawah Island, South Carolina, and have three daughters and two grandchildren.