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  • Evan Greenberg Elected as a Director of The Coca-Cola Company
    Life Macao Malaysia New Zealand Philippines Singapore Taiwan Life Taiwan Non Life Thailand Vietnam WORLDWIDE For Individuals Families Life Insurance Accident Health Insurance Home Auto Personal Property For Businesses Property Casualty Insurance Accident Health Insurance Life Insurance Reinsurance Small Mid Sized Companies Chubb Mobilassurance Perspectives Multinational Risk Environmental Risk Executive Risk Cyber Risk Specialized Risk Investor Information Media Center News Releases Media Contacts In the News style display none Home Media Center ACE in the News Evan Greenberg Elected as a Director of The Coca Cola Company A A A Media Center News Releases Media Contacts ACE Perspectives ACE in the News Image Library Evan Greenberg Elected as a Director of The Coca Cola Company The Board of Directors of The Coca Cola Company has elected ACE Chairman and CEO Evan Greenberg as a Director of the company Evan brings significant financial expertise and a wealth of experience managing global businesses to our Board said Muhtar Kent Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Coca Cola Company We are delighted to welcome him to The Coca Cola Company Read The Coca Cola Company press release 2016 Chubb Terms of Use Licensing Information Privacy Statement View Mobile Page STAY UP TO

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  • Evan Greenberg Meets with Southeast Asian Leaders
    Media Contacts In the News style display none Home Media Center ACE in the News Evan Greenberg Meets with Southeast Asian Leaders A A A Media Center News Releases Media Contacts ACE Perspectives ACE in the News Image Library Evan Greenberg Meets with Southeast Asian Leaders ACE Chairman and CEO Evan Greenberg representing U S companies doing business in Southeast Asia on behalf of the U S Chamber of Commerce co hosted a meeting September 24 with the 10 leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN The leaders then went on to a summit with President Obama the first time the full group has met with a U S President in the U S and the next day attended the United Nations General Assembly The meeting co hosted by Coca Cola Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent as Chair of the US ASEAN Business Council recognized the increased U S business involvement in Southeast Asia and encouraged strengthening ties for future opportunities in this fast growing region ACE which is also a member of the US ASEAN Business Council currently has operations in six of these countries Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand and Vietnam and recently announced its intent to acquire Jerneh Insurance Berhad a top 10 general insurer in Malaysia by the end of the year ACE Chairman and CEO Evan Greenberg meets with leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN Pictured from left to right Phongsavath Boupha Minister to the office of the President of the Lao People s Democratic Republic Ambassador Hamid of Brunei Foreign Minister Nyan Win of Myanmar Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva of Thailand Prime Minister Najib Razak of Malaysia Muhtar Kent the Chairman and CEO of the Coca Cola Company and Chair of the US ASEAN Business Council President Nguyen Minh

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  • ACE in the U.S. - A Leading Global Insurance Organization
    a trend among risk managers towards managing specialist and emerging exposures within a multinational programme structure This is a trend we are certainly seeing at ACE from business travel and group personal accident risk to directors and officers and environmental liability Our research also points to some specific areas for improvement Fewer than 30 of risk managers are currently very satisfied with overall service levels from their insurer in respect of their multinational programmes Fewer still are very satisfied with claims performance surely the acid test of any insurance programme insurer responsiveness to their budgetary pressures consistency of coverage and availability of effective technology solutions All of these are areas where ACE continues to invest in building out its multinational proposition and our recent launch of a new Global Accounts division highlights our focus on providing a consistent and client focused service wherever a corporation is based Ultimately we also recognise that every good multinational programme is the result of a close partnership between the client their broker and insurer and we look forward to working with intermediaries and risk managers across Europe and beyond to meet their evolving needs Learn More Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programmes Fundamental Questions for Directors and Officers to Ask Before they Assume Personal Liability To indemnify or not to indemnify is this really the question This is the issue that global enterprises frequently debate when considering the liabilities of their directors and officers But this perspective may be more representative of the company s obligations and may not fully represent that of its directors or officers What an individual director should be asking is Am I actually indemnified or am I not Learn More Download Multinational Risk Global Construction International Opportunities Local Risks Building a Multinational Insurance Program for Contractors In today s global marketplace more construction companies are seeking growth opportunities in foreign countries International projects may provide attractive alternatives particularly when local markets slow down and developing markets have experienced remarkable growth in infrastructure and building China has been on a decades long building spree and Middle Eastern nations continue to invest in massive developments Cross border construction activity among developed countries particularly European nations and Japan remains robust For construction companies that are considering or already involved in projects in foreign countries however it s important to remember that while the opportunities may be international the risks are often local That presents a number of challenges when it comes to assembling an insurance program that provides consistent coverage and services across national borders To illustrate the complexities of operating in various countries worldwide consider the fact that contractors must deal with differing local regulations just within the United States A project in New York City for example will be subject to a widely different set of rules than one in New Orleans The same considerations apply internationally particularly where it concerns risk management and insurance Companies doing business in multiple countries face different laws and regulations in every country where they operate Those differing laws present a number of complications for ensuring that there is adequate and compliant insurance coverage Polices that don t comply with local regulations may not provide the company with coverage that is adequate in the local jurisdiction or may lead to unexpected problems with taxes and fines Beyond regulatory concerns contractors working in new countries may want the confidence and convenience that comes with having access to reliable local services to handle any local issues or claims While it might seem that the ideal solution would be to purchase one policy to cover all risks everywhere that s often neither possible nor practical Construction companies should consider a mix of local policies in the individual countries combined with a global controlled master program in their home market to ensure that the insurance complies with local laws and that the program provides consistent coverage across all their operations and addresses gaps in conditions and limits Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programmes Identifying Challenges and Solutions for Multinational Environmental Impairment Insurance Programmes As patterns of business and trade continue to globalise shift and grow incomplexity risk managers of international companies are increasingly seeking risk management and insurance solutions that respond to their changing multinational business activities Traditionally demand for multinational insurance solutions has focused on property and casualty risks However as the risk environment grows ever more complex companies are now seeking more robust solutions in respect of emerging risks as well including environmental risks Learn More Download Multinational Risk Capturing Consistency and Control Five Strategies to Improve Multinational Business Travel Accident Risk Management As the global economy grew over the past few years providing expansion opportunities for U S and European companies many organizations either ventured into global markets for the fi rst time or expanded their geographical footprint Overseas assignments by executives picked up in number and duration as did more traditional business travel 1 This expanding multinational presence brings increased risk to corporations Injuries and illnesses of employees traveling abroad is a constant concern of multinational corporations one addressed for decades through the purchase of business travel accident insurance In this regard corporate risk managers have typically relied on the advice of their insurance agents and brokers excellent resources generally able to provide thoughtful guidance However as several brokers and agents attest in this market report business travel accident insurance is a dauntingly complex subject For example risk managers must contend with widely divergent and potentially punitive compliance requirements on a locationby location basis Coverage terms conditions and financial limits for both admitted and non admitted insurance often differ Policies are susceptible to language interpretation issues that can cause claim payment problems and since local insurers may not be rated for financial soundness there may be a question as to an insurer s ability to pay claims and provide the requisite services Having varying policy effective and renewal dates and the need to access multiple claim facilities creates a convoluted claims administration process These various concerns create serious dilemmas for corporate risk managers and Human Resources HR professionals entrusted with overseeing business travel risks from an employee health and wellness standpoint In a nutshell there is a pronounced need for these executives to have greater control over these global exposures and more consistency in their treatment This market report introduces a solution a Controlled Master Program on par with similar programs addressing global property and casualty exposures This solution focuses on five key strategies to consider when evaluating present day global Accident Health A H insurance plans Learn More Download Multinational Risk Cross Border Solutions for People Risks Suresh Krishnan of ACE Group discusses how to design an effective multinational business travel risk management programme Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programmes Current Challenges in the Asia Pacific Region There is a continuing debate in the Asia Pacific insurance industry about how to effectively provide seamless cost effective and compliant insurance across national borders to multinational enterprises When developing a global insurance programme multinational clients seek outcomes that balance 3 core factors maximise global insurance capacity minimise cost and maintain centralised control over their insurance programmes Sophisticated buyers take advantage of both of their expertise in monitoring loss development and the predictable nature of their loss profile to structure multinational insurance programmes that keep much of the risk within the corporate umbrella structure To do so they leverage companies central control of insurance terms limits and retentions This outcome is influenced by access to consolidated loss information consistent loss control procedures use of corporate buying power to obtain favourable risk transfer terms and pricing and the simplified centralized placement of global insurance coverage This report introduces and provides an overview of many of the regulatory and execution challenges faced by multinational companies purchasing globally coordinated insurance programmes analyses the laws of Australia Singapore Hong Kong Malaysia and New Zealand with respect to the concept of insurable interest applies that concept to multinational insurance programmes and finally provides a check list of questions that underwriters brokers and clients in the region should consider when designing and implementing a measurably compliant multinational insurance programme Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programmes Challenges and Solutions for International Companies with US Exposures As the world s largest economy the United States is a market in which many multinational companies in regions such as Europe Asia and Latin America frequently find themselves doing business the current negotiations to develop a trans pacific partnership agreement and the transatlantic trade and investment partnership are only likely to reinforce this pattern despite the rapid growth of so called south south trade between emerging economies Learn More Download Multinational Risk The Challenges Facing European Risk Managers Suresh Krishnan General Counsel for the ACE Group s Multinational Client Group talks about the key issues that European multinational risk managers should be focusing on in this complex and changing compliance environment Learn More Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programmes Cross border Challenges and Solutions for the Marine Market From its very beginnings several centuries ago marine and cargo insurance has always been highly international in nature Moreover as demonstrated by recent loss events as diverse as DEEPWATER HORIZON the 2012s COSTA CONCORDIA tragedy and New Zealand s worst ever maritime environmental disaster occasioned by the grounding and breaking up of the RENA the scale of marine risks has continued to grow The cargo market has not been immune as evidenced by the notable market exposures reported in the Australian floods and Hurricane Sandy as well as a significant cargo market loss in North Africa at the hands of the Arab Spring uprisings As these risks have become increasingly complex so demand for suitable insurance products has required a sophisticated and innovative approach from the insurance industry in response especially where multinational clients are involved This report is in two parts Consistent with the rest of ACE s series of reports on how to structure a multinational insurance programme the first part sets out the general principles which need to be considered when developing a multinational programme for any class of risk The second part of the report looks at the specialised context of marine insurance Contractors All Risk CAR and Erection All Risk EAR with their distinct characteristics and examines the extent to which these principles apply This report ends with a checklist of questions and issues that the marine insurance community as well as the property insurance community should be considering when designing and implementing a multinational programme insuring marine risks Our conclusion is that while marine exemptions allow the insurance of marine risk to take place in a relatively benign environment from a compliance perspective they are not a panacea Buyers brokers and insurers should not be lulled into thinking that just because compliance issues have traditionally had a lower profile in marine insurance they do not need careful consideration in our increasingly globalised world Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programs The Emerging Regulatory Challenge to Non admitted Insurance Structuring an efficient cost effective multinational insurance program requires a close understanding of the evolving regulatory environment Traditionally risk managers have focused on whether a local jurisdiction permits insurance from unlicensed insurers to insure local risks i e non admitted insurance These regulatory developments are not limited to increased scrutiny of insurance companies they encompass both local insurance brokers and the local operations of parent company insureds Many multinational companies are potentially unaware that their global insurance programs may be subject to compliance challenges in certain jurisdictions and the unanticipated reputational tax and other financial repercussions this may cause In this report we discuss three regulatory enforcement actions in Brazil India and the United States each of which challenges some of the assumptions behind the most common forms of non admitted insurance Beyond these publicly reported enforcement actions may lie many other examples of similar enforcement actions that have been kept private for confidentiality reasons In light of these new developments this report urges a greater understanding of the transactional elements of cross border insurance emphasizes the need for increased clarity and transparency of documentation and counsels advanced preparation to manage the execution uncertainties Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Global Insurance Programmes for Terrorism and Political Violence After more than a decade of highly visible international incidents it is unsurprising that obtaining insurance for terrorism and political violence has become a key imperative for risk managers of large multinational companies In fact recent research by ACE reveals that terrorism and political violence is the top emerging risk concern among businesses across Western Europe What may come as a surprise however is that losses from terrorism are still excluded from most standard commercial insurance policies and that fewer than 10 percent of those surveyed have dedicated insurance to specifically cover these risks Indeed ACE s research suggests that 15 percent of European companies are aware of the potential gaps and a further eight percent are aware but unsure how to obtain cover In addition around one in five believes terrorism and political violence risks are covered under one or more policies in their insurance programme although this may often not be the case in practice A primary reason for this coverage gap therefore appears to be a lack of clarity as to how appropriate coverage can and should be arranged This is particularly evident in the international arena where multinational companies may encounter difficulties as they seek to put terrorism insurance in place across their international operations Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programmes in Europe Intragroup Risk Financing Considering the Issues What do I need to consider when my insurer in Europe pays out a claim relating to a loss in another country where it is an unlicensed carrier Because every insurance policy is first and foremost a promise to pay in the event that the unexpected happens this is perhaps the single most important question for European risk managers to consider before structuring a multinational insurance programme Most insurers are licensed in their place of incorporation and may insure risks world wide However when it comes to paying claims only a few countries expressly permit an unlicensed insurer to pay claims directly in respect of risks located there In addition the majority of countries often impose significant burdens on local brokers and clients before a local risk can even be underwritten by an unlicensed carrier including the remittance of local premium taxes and prior approvals Learn More Download Multinational Risk When Risk Gets Personal Protecting Your Directors Officers Across Borders Understanding the personal exposures of directors and officers presents a particular challenge for multinational companies After all the extent of these individuals duties the range of potential lawsuits and the regulatory landscape vary widely from country to country First it is important to understand that a typical insurance policy for Directors and Officers D O insurance is actually a bundle of different coverages protecting distinct parties against different types of liability The first and most established type of coverage is a form of balance sheet protection that provides insurance to a company when it may indemnify its directors and officers for claims made against them But make no mistake This type of protection known as Side B insurance is intended for the company not its people In the 1990s the insurance markets introduced a new type of coverage for a company s exposure to securities litigation This Side C insurance is now a standard part of most D O policies But this is really another form of corporate balance sheet protection What happens when a corporation is unable or unwilling to indemnify its individual directors and officers against their personal liability and defense costs Read more Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programs Cross border Challenges to Business Travel Personal Accident Insurance A corporate purchaser of a multinational business travel or personal accident insurance program has a few seemingly simple requirements Insurance coverage that responds to their specific local needs execution certainty with respect to benefits and claim payments and compliance certainty that the policy he or she purchases will stand up to scrutiny from both insurance regulators and tax authorities around the world However achieving all three objectives is not a simple task Uniform coverage and consistent treatment are difficult to achieve across a world of complex and sometimes onerous licensing and taxing requirements Nevertheless there are approaches to enterprise wide multinational business travel and personal accident programs that minimize compliance risk and maximize control over insurance coverage and benefit levels Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programmes Cross Border Challenges to Side A Directors Officers Liability Insurance When developing a strategy to implement a global D O insurance programme multinational clients often try to balance three core objectives maxi mize global insurance capacity minimize cost and maintain centralized control over their insurance programmes Learn More Download Multinational Risk Captive Review Global Programmes Report 2012 In order to discuss expanding global programmes and the intricacies that come with them Andrew Kendrick chairman of ACE European Group sat down with Captive Review for a one on one on the fast evolving industry Learn More Download Multinational Risk Structuring Multinational Insurance Programs Insights into Cross Border Insurance Regulation in Canada The international risk management community is eager to understand how to buy insurance seamlessly cost effectively and in a compliant manner for multinational enterprises with risks in Canada Companies insurers and insurance brokers may be subject to taxes or penalties if they fail to consider the country s two tier regulatory scheme which includes federal taxing authority and an array of different insurance regulations in the provinces and territories While Canada is unique in some respects its regulations are not all that different from other places around the world including states and territories of the United States The key to successfully structuring and implementing global insurance programs

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  • Biography of Evan G. Greenberg
    Businesses Property Casualty Insurance Accident Health Insurance Life Insurance Reinsurance Small Mid Sized Companies Chubb Mobilassurance Perspectives Multinational Risk Environmental Risk Executive Risk Cyber Risk Specialized Risk Investor Information Media Center News Releases Media Contacts In the News style display none Home About Us Executive Team Evan G Greenberg A A A ABOUT US Business Structure Our History Our Brand Executive Team Claims Environment Philanthropy Philanthropic Partnerships Download a PDF Evan G Greenberg Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Chubb Limited Chubb Group Evan G Greenberg is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Chubb Limited Prior to ACE s acquisition of Chubb in January 2016 Mr Greenberg was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ACE Limited and ACE Group He was elected President and Chief Executive Officer in May 2004 and Chairman of the Board of Directors in May 2007 Over the course of more than 40 years in the insurance industry Mr Greenberg has held various underwriting and management positions and gained significant insight in the global property casualty and life insurance sectors Prior to joining ACE in 2001 as Vice Chairman Mr Greenberg spent 25 years at American International Group where he served as President and Chief Operating Officer from 1997 to 2000 Before that he held a variety of senior management positions including President and Chief Executive Officer of AIU AIG s Foreign General Insurance organization and Chief Executive Officer of AIG Far East based in Japan Mr Greenberg serves on the board of a number of organizations including the Coca Cola Company the Council of the Americas and the National Committee on United States China Relations He is Chairman of the US ASEAN Business Council serves on the Center for Strategic International Studies CSIS Southeast Asia Advisory Board and is a member of the Council on Foreign

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  • Biography of John Keogh
    Mobilassurance Perspectives Multinational Risk Environmental Risk Executive Risk Cyber Risk Specialized Risk Investor Information Media Center News Releases Media Contacts In the News style display none Home About Us Executive Team John Keogh A A A ABOUT US Business Structure Our History Our Brand Executive Team Claims Environment Philanthropy Philanthropic Partnerships Download a PDF John Keogh Executive Vice Chairman Chief Operating Officer Chubb Limited Chubb Group John Keogh is Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of Chubb Limited He is responsible for all property and casualty P C insurance operations of the company globally Prior to ACE s acquisition of Chubb in January 2016 Mr Keogh was Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer for ACE Limited He was also Chairman Insurance ACE Overseas General a position he held since joining the company in 2006 He was appointed Vice Chairman in 2010 Chief Operating Officer in 2011 and Executive Vice Chairman of ACE Limited in November 2015 Before joining ACE Mr Keogh held a range of positions with increasing responsibility during a 20 year career with American International Group AIG including Senior Vice President Domestic General Insurance and President and Chief Executive Officer of National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh an AIG member company from 2000 to 2006 Executive Vice President AIG Domestic Brokerage Group Head of Field Operations from 1998 to 2000 and President and Chief Operating Officer Lexington Insurance Company from 1997 to 1998 He began his insurance career as an underwriter with AIG in New York in 1986 Mr Keogh serves on the board of trustees of the Eisenhower Fellowships and the board of overseers for The School of Risk Management Insurance and Actuarial Science of St John s University He is also on the board of directors of BritishAmerican Business the New York Police

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  • Biography of John Lupica
    North America Major Accounts Specialty Insurance John Lupica is Vice Chairman of Chubb Limited and President North America Major Accounts Specialty Insurance He has executive operating responsibility for Chubb s retail commercial property and casualty P C insurance business that serves the large corporate market in the U S and Canada the excess and surplus lines E S market in the U S and Bermuda and the agriculture insurance market in the United States Prior to ACE s acquisition of Chubb in January 2016 Mr Lupica was Vice Chairman of ACE Limited and ACE Group and Chairman of Insurance North America Mr Lupica was appointed Vice Chairman of ACE Limited in November 2013 and Vice Chairman ACE Group in March 2014 The business units of North America Major Accounts Specialty Insurance include National Accounts which provides commercial property and casualty P C insurance products to the large corporate market in the U S and Canada through retail brokers Westchester which offers excess and surplus lines specialty products through wholesale and select retail brokers and Chubb Bermuda which writes high level excess liability property political risk and directors and officers insurance worldwide The North American Agriculture segment includes Rain and Hail a premier underwriter of multiple peril crop insurance distributed through independent agents and Chubb Agribusiness which offers farm and ranch property as well as specialty P C coverages distributed through brokers and agents for companies that manufacture process and distribute agricultural products Mr Lupica also has senior executive responsibility for the company s branch operations and field organization in North America that serves the agents and brokers of Chubb Mr Lupica has more than 25 years of property and casualty insurance experience He joined ACE in 2000 as Executive Vice President of the U S Professional Risk business and advanced

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  • Biography of Paul J. Krump
    J Krump Executive Vice President Chubb Group President North America Commercial and Personal Insurance Paul J Krump is Executive Vice President of Chubb Group and President North America Commercial and Personal Insurance Mr Krump has executive operating responsibility for the retail commercial property and casualty P C insurance businesses serving the middle market and small commercial customer segments in the United States and Canada as well as the company s personal lines insurance business serving affluent and high net worth HNW individuals and families in North America Prior to ACE s January 2016 acquisition of Chubb Mr Krump was Chief Operating Officer of The Chubb Corporation responsible for the company s Commercial Specialty Personal and Accident Health insurance lines Claims Global Field Operations Information Technology Human Resources Communications and External Affairs The business units of North America Commercial and Personal Insurance include Commercial Insurance the retail commercial P C insurance business that serves the middle market in the U S and Canada Small Commercial the retail commercial P C insurance business that serves small commercial clients in the U S and Canada and Personal Risk Services which provides affluent and high net worth individuals and families with homeowners automobile valuables umbrella and recreational marine insurance Mr Krump also has senior executive responsibility for global claims Mr Krump joined the predecessor Chubb company in 1982 as a commercial underwriting trainee in the Minneapolis office He held numerous headquarters and field positions in the United States and Europe including President of Personal Lines and Claims and President of Commercial and Specialty Lines He was also a member of the Executive Committee Mr Krump holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Saint John s University in Collegeville Minn He also has attended executive management programs at IMD in Lausanne Switzerland

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  • Biography of Juan C. Andrade
    Claims Environment Philanthropy Philanthropic Partnerships Download a PDF Juan C Andrade Executive Vice President Chubb Group President Overseas General Insurance Juan C Andrade is Executive Vice President of Chubb Group and President Overseas General Insurance Mr Andrade has executive operating responsibility for Chubb s general insurance business across 54 countries outside of North America including commercial P C traditional and specialty personal lines and accident and health insurance Overseas General is comprised of two major businesses one with distribution through retail brokers in five regions of the world Europe Asia Pacific Japan Latin America and Eurasia Africa and the other an excess and surplus lines company with distribution through brokers in the London wholesale market and Lloyd s Mr Andrade s scope of responsibility includes all products underwriting claims actuarial and support functions related to these businesses Prior to ACE s acquisition of Chubb in January 2016 Mr Andrade was Executive Vice President Personal Lines and Chief Operating Officer ACE Overseas General He was appointed Executive Vice President ACE Group in March 2014 Before joining ACE in 2010 to lead the company s global personal lines and small commercial insurance businesses Mr Andrade was President and Chief Operating Officer of Property Casualty Operations for The Hartford Financial Services Group He also served as President of Commercial Markets and Executive Vice President for Sales and Distribution He joined The Hartford in 2006 as head of the P C claims organization Before joining The Hartford Mr Andrade held senior management positions with The Progressive Corporation serving as general manager of the company s Gulf Coast Region and the Southern California Colorado and Wyoming business units He started his career at American International Group AIG where he worked with the company s international property and casualty businesses both in the United States and

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