Moniz promoted at Axa XL
Vivienne Moniz has been promoted to Axa XL's head of excess casualty, Bermuda.
The company simultaneously announced the promotion of Elaine Scully to head of excess casualty, Dublin.
Their responsibilities will include driving strategic growth and operational objectives within their regions and ensuring the highest degree of underwriting standards and profitability while maintaining superior broker and client satisfaction.
Ms Moniz, who has more than 15 years of industry experience, will report to Patrick Tannock, XL Bermuda Ltd chief executive officer, insurance.
She has held progressively senior roles within the company including most recently head of healthcare, Bermuda.
She holds a bachelor's degree in business, specialising in international business from the University of LaTrobe, Melbourne Australia and Associate in Claims and Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters designations.
Ms Scully, who has more than 11 years of industry experience, will report to Donnacha Smyth, Axa XL Insurance president, global excess casualty. Prior to her new role she was senior underwriter, vice-president on the excess casualty team in Dublin.
Mr Tannock said: “Given the exponential rate of change, the ever-evolving complexity of risk and the constant challenges facing the insurance industry, it is imperative that every opportunity is made to identify, attract and retain the best talent.
“That's why we're proud and fortunate to have individuals of Vivienne and Elaine's calibre taking on increasing leadership roles.
“Considering their track record of success, we are confident that they will continue to lead by example in demonstrating the value of being user friendly, solution-oriented and friction free.”
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