XL Catlin hires Kopach from Everest

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XL Catlin’s Global Excess Casualty business has appointed John Kopach as new regional manager for the south east region of the US.

Mr Kopach was previously with Everest National Insurance, where he was vice-president, excess casualty, East region.

Barbara Luck, president of XL Catlin’s Global Excess Casualty business, said: “Our continued success developing and growing our business and client and broker relationships throughout the US, has prompted the need to be even closer to our clients and brokers, with even more underwriting expertise and authority for local decision making and service support within their specific regions. Brokers and clients value our expertise, service and responsiveness as some of our key market differentiators.

“This is why we decided to provide clients and brokers in the South East and North East with their specific Underwriting Regional Leader.”

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Published Feb 1, 2018 at 8:00 pm (Updated Feb 1, 2018 at 8:00 pm)

XL Catlin hires Kopach from Everest

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