Axa XL appoints Dicob


Andrew Dicob has joined Axa XL’s excess casualty insurance team as leader for the US North Eastern Region.

Based in New York and reporting to Donnacha Smyth, president, Global Excess Casualty, Mr Dicob will work with brokers and clients throughout the region, addressing their excess casualty and commercial umbrella insurance needs.

Mr Smyth said: “Andrew is an experienced leader and an excellent addition to our global team. He brings in-depth knowledge of the industry and of the north eastern region of the US which strengthens our position as one of the leading excess casualty insurers in the country.”

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Published Jan 9, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Jan 8, 2019 at 6:39 pm)

Axa XL appoints Dicob

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