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Chubb promotes David Lupica

David Lupica, vice-president, Chubb Group and division president of Westchester (Photograph supplied)

Chubb Ltd has appointed Bermuda market veteran David Lupica as vice-president, Chubb Group, and division president of Westchester.

The company said Mr Lupica will have executive operating responsibility for Chubb's wholesale Excess and Surplus Lines business in North America.

He succeeds Scott Meyer, who was recently promoted to senior vice-president, Chubb Group and chief operating officer, North America Insurance.

Mr Lupica will report to Mr Meyer and Juan Luis Ortega, executive vice-president, Chubb Group and president, North America Insurance.

The company said the appointee has more than 30 years of insurance industry experience, including a stint in management at Starr Excess Liability Company Inc of Bermuda.

Mr Lupica joined Chubb (Ace) in 2000 as executive vice-president of Ace USA's Professional Risk Division. He later served as division president of Ace Commercial Risk Services and division president, Ace Westchester Professional Lines. He was appointed chief operating officer of Westchester in 2016.

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Published July 10, 2024 at 12:30 pm (Updated July 10, 2024 at 6:59 pm)

Chubb promotes David Lupica

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