Three executives joined Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors, the institutional investment advisory practice at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., spokeswoman Rose Nolan said.
Anthony A. Dreyspool and Stephen R. Wilson were named independent senior fiduciary consultants, while John A. Murphy has joined as area senior vice president.
The positions are new. The appointments are part of the firm's plan to expand its institutional investment advisory practice, Ms. Nolan said.
Mr. Murphy is responsible for providing investment consulting services to the firm's clients and helping with the firm's national business development efforts.
Mr. Wilson provides consulting services to Gallagher clients with a focus on retirement plan assets.
Mr. Dreyspool's responsibilities include providing consulting services to Gallagher's clients for which the firm has been retained as independent fiduciary of a client's employee retirement plan.
Messrs. Wilson and Dreyspool report to Andrew Irving, area senior vice president and area counsel; Mr. Murphy reports to Nick Davies, area president and practice leader.
Messrs. Wilson and Dreyspool were senior managing directors at Brock Fiduciary Services. Mr. Murphy was a vice president and market director, institutional investments at U.S. Bank. It could not be learned whether they were replaced; Brock spokesman Abhishek Mathur and U.S. Bank spokesman Dana Ripley could not be reached by press time.
Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors has more than $44 billion in client assets under advisement.