Posted on 30 Mar 01
SAN DIEGO – March 30, 2001- ConfirmNet™ Corporation, a leadinginsurance industry business-to-business application service provider (ASP),announces the addition of Brian T. Casey to its Board of Directors and the roleof corporate secretary.
A partner in the Atlanta office of Morris, Manning & Martin, L.L.P., Mr.Casey brings a vast background in the corporate and regulatory insurance fieldto ConfirmNet's board.
Mr. Casey is Chairman of his firm's Financial Services E-Commerce PracticeGroup. His practice areas include: E-Commerce for Insurance, Financial,Institutions and Healthcare; Corporate Finance; Venture Capital; Mergers &Acquisitions; Multi-State Insurance Regulation; Healthcare; Administrative Law;Corporate Law; Reinsurance; and Corporate and Product Taxation for insurancecompanies.
“We are anticipating an enormous contribution from Brian Casey toConfirmNet Corporation,” said Craig Irving, ConfirmNet's CEO. “With hisextensive expertise in E-Commerce for insurance and financial industries, justto name a few, Brian brings a singular body of knowledge and cutting-edgeexperience that is very difficult to duplicate in our industry.”
Mr. Casey is an active participant in the National Association of InsuranceCommissioners (NAIC) and several insurance, healthcare, and electronic-commerceindustry trade associations. In addition, he is a former Adjunct Professor ofInsurance Law at Georgia State University and has authored various articles ontopics including, financial services, insurance, e-commerce, privacy and theonline insurance business.
A graduate of Auburn University and The Ohio State University, Mr. Caseyearned a B.S.B.A. in accounting, summa cum laude, from Auburn University. Heearned his J.D. from The Ohio State University College of Law and earned hisMaster of Laws in Taxation from Emory University.
Based in San Diego, ConfirmNet is a leading business-to-business applicationservice provider linking insurance providers with their customers. ConfirmNet'sflagship service, CertificatesNow, allows agents, brokers,carriers and their customers to securely and conveniently create, deliver andmanage certificates from any Internet-connected personal computer.Certificates of insurance can be sent via electronic fax, e-mail or U.S. Mail– individually or en masse with batch renewals. Insured customers can evenprepare their own certificates of insurance, gaining 24x7 convenience whileeliminating paperwork and saving cost at every stage of the certificate process.
For more information, visit http://www.ConfirmNet.comor call (877) 669-8600.