Controller for BRM Specialty Markets
Anthony Fasciano is a Finance & Accounting Professional based in Bucks County, PA. He is the Controller for BRM Specialty Markets and has over 30 years of experience in the Insurance industry. His journey in Insurance F&A began while he was still in college when he had accepted a job that he thought was just for the summer, little did he know it would be his passion for years to come.
He has worked for fortune 500 companies
In many different finance roles, at many different levels, which is what helped him to build his knowledge base & skillset.
He has been happily married for almost 30 years and is the proud father of two young men, both of whom live with Fragile X Syndrome. He sits on the Board of Directors for the National Fragile X Foundation (NFXF) serving in the capacity of Treasurer.
He is an avid fan of football, enjoys classic cars, some golf now and again, good bourbon and an occasional trip to Atlantic City with old friends. He also is an animal lover and has a dog and two cats of his own that own his heart.
Mr. Ford is extremely knowledgeable in risk management, underwriting, plan designs, funding arrangements, and compliance requirements under the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care). He has participated as an advisor or information resource during labor negotiation with several of his clients, including Revlon Corporation and the City of Newark.
Mr. Ford’s reputation in the industry is well known. In 2002 he was asked to sit on the Aetna US Healthcare producer advisory board and received a US Senate Citation for providing excellence in professional achievement. Mr. Ford has served on the Board of the Regional Business Partnership in Newark, Chaired the Fund Development committee on the Board of Director of the Girl Scout Council of Greater Essex and Hudson Counties. Mr. Ford is a current member of the African American Chamber of Commerce and on the Advisory Board for “Preserve our Legacy”, and a member of the National Association of Health Underwriters..
As a member of the US Air-Force Reserves, Mr. Ford has served his country in support of Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom. After completing 27 years of honorable service, Mr. Ford retired from the Air Force Reserves in May of 2006.