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Daniel Tague appointed SVP at Hamilton Select

Daniel Tague, SVP excess casualty at Hamilton Select, the US subsidiary of Hamilton Insurance Group, Ltd. (Photograph supplied)

Daniel Tague has been appointed senior vice-president, excess casualty at Hamilton Select, the US excess and surplus lines insurer of the growing Bermuda insurer, Hamilton Insurance Group Ltd.

Hamilton Select has a financial strength rating of A- (Excellent) from A.M. Best.

Based in Hamilton’s US headquarters in Richmond, Virginia, Tague reports to Diane Wisner, SVP casualty lines, who has oversight of all Hamilton select casualty lines: excess casualty, general casualty, products and contractors, small business casualty and energy.

“I’m pleased to welcome Daniel to the Hamilton team,” said Anita Kuchma, CEO, Hamilton Select. “His experience and market knowledge are impressive and he has hit the ground running as we continue the momentum maintained since launching Hamilton Select’s excess casualty line in December 2021.”

Mr Tague joins Hamilton with 17 years of industry experience, most recently from N2G Worldwide Insurance Services, LLC, where he served for three years as SVP, underwriting, with responsibility for the Northeast, Southeast and Southern region underwriting teams.

Hamilton Select’s excess casualty line offers excess capacity for a wide variety of hard-to-place and distressed risks, including construction, manufacturing, habitational and hospitality.

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Published August 16, 2023 at 5:28 pm (Updated August 16, 2023 at 8:36 pm)

Daniel Tague appointed SVP at Hamilton Select

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