Henderson Brothers’ Rob Hippert Awarded Chartered Property Casualty Underwritier (CPCU) Designation

Posted November 7, 2016 Company News

Rob Hippert CPCU

PITTSBURGH, November 7, 2016 – Rob Hippert, Account Executive in the Commercial Lines department at Henderson Brothers, Inc., recently was awarded the designation of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), a professional designation conferred by The Institutes, a risk and insurance knowledge group.

Hippert successfully completed eight required courses and exams which included but are not limited to; Financial Planning, Commercial Liability Risk Management and Insurance, and Business Law for Insurance Professionals.

The CPCU is the premier designation for insurance professionals looking to enhance their knowledge within the insurance industry.

Hippert began his career at Henderson Brothers in May of 2010 as an intern, and returned upon graduating from Allgheny College in 2012 with a degree in Economics.

For more information about The Institutes or the CPCU designation program, contact the The Institutes office at 800-644-2101 or visit



About Henderson Brothers, Inc.

Founded in 1893, Henderson Brothers continues to be a respected leader in the Insurance, Employee Benefits and Financial Services industries. With a team of over 140 experts, Henderson Brothers is the largest independent broker in the Greater Pittsburgh region and serves a diverse client base across all corners of the world. Recognized for its strategic vision and a strong sense of community conscience, Henderson Brothers’ product offerings include: property and casualty insurance, employee benefits, retirement planning, wealth management, fiduciary services, captive management, enterprise risk management, loss control, claims management, strategic planning, succession planning, and personal lines.


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