GERALD L. RITTER - Quantum Global Advisors
EXPERIENCE: Gerald Ritter is a Principal with Quantum Global Advisors LLC., a management consulting firm specializing in property insurance claim services for the policyholder. He is responsible for the direction, administration and practice review of the firm’s consulting practice. His special focus is on strategic planning and insurance policy analysis, leading a group of attorneys that form an integral part of the insurance consulting and management team. With over twenty-five years in practice, Mr. Ritter has assisted clients in many industries, including manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, energy, construction, hospitality, steel, publishing, education, data processing and computer electronics. Insurance Claims Consulting: GERALD L. RITTER Principal Quantum Global Advisors LLC 445 N. LaSalle Street Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 467.9111 ext. 203 email@example.com Directed loss management and business recovery teams for clients suffering losses across the country, providing strategy, coordination, and advocacy in all areas of property insurance claim preparation. Such clients include: 3 Com Corporation Equity Office Properties Merrill Lynch Hubbard, Inc. Alliance Resource Partners Farley Industries Metal Exchange Corporation Amfac Hawaii, Inc. Federated Department Stores Milliken & Company Avondale Mills, Inc. General Growth Properties Nikko Hotels Baylor College of Medicine Hilton Hotels Public Broadcasting System Beta Steel Corporation ING Realty Partners The Lurie Company Coastal Hotel Group IXYS Corporation University of Tampa ContiGroup Companies Jay-Mar Ruby Corporation Urban Retail Properties Dean Foods Corporation JMB Realty Corporation USX Corporation DelAgra Corporation McLouth Steel Products Wayne Farms Participated in continuing education presentations for such fields as law, accounting, and banking. Member of the American Bar Association, serving on its committee for Property Insurance Law. Actively involved in legislative committees dealing with statutes and licensing, and participated in the task forces re-writing the Unfair Claims Practices Act.