Stephen Catlin, executive deputy chairman of XL Catlin, knows a thing or two about mergers and acquisitions in the insurance industry—what to do and what to avoid. He should know; he’s been involved in two in his career.
Executive SummaryStephen Catlin, executive deputy chairman of XL Catlin, reviews lessons he's learned about mergers and leadership over the course career in the industry spanning more than three decades.
The first was the acquisition in 2006 of Wellington, another Lloyd’s business, which catapulted Catlin into the big leagues, creating the largest Lloyd’s business. The second, of course, was this year’s merger with XL.
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