• Maryland
  • Non-resident Licenses: Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia


  • The Propeller Club
  • The World Trade Center Institute in Baltimore (formerly the Maryland International Trade Association)
  • Past-President of the Maryland International Trade Association


  • Presented numerous insurance workshops throughout the Eastern U.S.

Richard R. Councill

Regional Vice President


Last updated on August 14th, 2018

As Regional Vice President for Roanoke, Dick Councill is a professional insurance broker who specializes in providing insurance and surety bonds to companies who import, export and transport goods. For more than 30 years, he has been involved in new business production, account management and maintenance of company relationships. Dick has produced and placed business in domestic and overseas markets, and has extensive ocean cargo experience. He is supported by a top-notch service and claims team at Roanoke. Dick holds the designations of Certified Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Associate in Marine Insurance Management (AMIM) and Associate in Risk Management (ARM). He is an approved Lloyd’s coverholder and presently holds underwriting authority for Munich Re Syndicate, Ltd.

Prior to joining Roanoke, Dick was a commercial insurance underwriter with Royal Globe Insurance Company and a special agent and marketing representative for MOAC, Marine Office of America Corporation.

Dick earned his MBA at the University of Baltimore with a concentration in Finance. His early involvement in the insurance industry was via a work study program at Sedgewick Forbes North American in London, where he processed liability insurance claims for business placed with Lloyd’s of London.

Roanoke, a division of Roanoke Insurance Group and part of Munich Re Specialty Group Ltd., operates as a specialty insurance broker focused on surety and insurance solutions for transportation intermediaries, 3PLs, customs brokers and companies with supply chains, and is a leading provider of customs bonds, marine cargo insurance and ATA Carnets for the industry.

As a professional insurance broker, obtaining the proper coverage at the most competitive price gives me great satisfaction. As the role of international trade grows, the importance of cargo insurance and related coverages become more critical as Americans strive for their share of the world economy. The price of insurance coverage is very important, but claims service and underwriting skills create a comprehensive product that enables America to compete worldwide.

– Dick Councill