Cross Insurance, subsidiary of Cross Financial Corp., announced Hugh Devlyn has joined the company as a benefits producer. Devlyn is charged with building a world-class employee benefits practice for middle market employers, the company said, and providing clients with a full range of employee benefit services and solutions, including, health care cost containment and data analytics, population health management, compliance, communication, benchmarking, benefits administration and human resource services.

Devlyn has more than 25 years of experience with insurance and employee benefits brokerage/consulting management. Most recently, he was the Massachusetts Employee Benefit Practice Leader for USI, after returning to the brokerage/consulting industry after three years in the corporate Human Resources department at Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, where he managed the global benefits and insurance programs. In that role, he had strategic and operational responsibility for the benefit and insurance programs covering 45,000 domestic employees, 20,000 retirees and 12,000 international employees in 27 countries, with an annual budget of $450 million.

“Hugh brings energy, experience, and unique perspective to our business, and we are thrilled to have him join the Cross team,” said Royce Cross, CEO of Cross Insurance. “His in-depth knowledge of employee benefits will add value to our company and, more importantly, our customers.”

According to the company, Devlyn is a member of National Business Group on Health, International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists, American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters, Society of Human Resource Management, Human Resources Policy Association and the New England Employee Benefits Council.

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