J. Perlman

January / 21 / 2015

Although 2015 has just begun, the New Year has already brought several changes to Borden Perlman. Recently, we moved our corporate headquarters to Ewing, NJ. This fully renovated space was designed to accommodate our growing staff and foster a collaborative working environment.

As we turned the key to our new office, we opened the doors to the first member of the fourth generation joining our ranks. Jeremy Perlman, Jeff Perlman’s son, has become Borden Perlman’s newest Commercial Lines Account Executive. Jeremy earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated summa cum laude. He then worked as a Financial Analyst at Goldman Sachs for two years, after which he went on to obtain a Master of Science in Risk Management and Insurance from St. John’s University in New York City. Outside of work, Jeremy continues Borden Perlman’s heritage of service to non-profits in the community. He is on the Board of Directors at Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County, the Board of Overseers at Hillel at the University of Pennsylvania, and teaches English as a Second Language in Trenton at the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund. Jeremy comes to Borden Perlman with a fresh perspective on the insurance industry and is just in time for our 100th anniversary. Borden Perlman is celebrating a 100 year legacy of dedication and commitment to the families, businesses, and community we serve. As we embark on our 100th year, we embrace the values and traditions that have kept our company going and growing.

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