Warwicker joins Chubb Bermuda

  • New recruit: Michael Warwicker has joined Chubb Bermuda

    New recruit: Michael Warwicker has joined Chubb Bermuda

Michael Warwicker has joined Chubb Bermuda as senior vice-president, head of excess liability.

The company said that in this role, Mr Warwicker will have management and P&L responsibility for Chubb Bermuda’s excess liability division and will lead strategic business planning for product, service, and distribution growth while developing and executing profitable underwriting portfolio management strategies.

Based in Bermuda, he will report to Judy Gonsalves, vice-president of Chubb Group and division president, Chubb Bermuda.

“We are pleased to have Michael on board to head up this core line of business,” Ms Gonsalves said.

“He is a dynamic and seasoned industry veteran, and we are confident that he will drive the growth and success of our business. Michael’s proven track record in building out successful casualty solutions, combined with his deep experience in global insurance operations, will help us to further strengthen our overall capabilities.

“His knowledge of the Bermuda market positions him to seamlessly integrate into the Chubb Bermuda leadership team as well as our existing customer relationships.”

Mr Warwicker has more than four decades of international and US insurance industry experience and has held executive casualty underwriting leadership positions at Endurance, Ironshore, and AIG.

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Published Dec 5, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Dec 5, 2019 at 11:16 am)

Warwicker joins Chubb Bermuda

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