RSA, Beazley, W.R. Berkley and JLT Re have recently put in place a number of executive promotions meant to facilitate expansion and growth. Here they are:
RSA said it is promoting Suzy Tiffany to head of U.K. legacy, effective July 1, 2015.
Tiffany is a 10-year veteran of the U.K. commercial insurance giant, and has held a number of roles including finance change manager and head of strategy and projects. Most recently she was head of development and commercial motor claims.
In her new role, she’ll manage all legacy risks including long tail disease claims such as deafness, asbestos and abuse. She’ll report to Graham Hughes, commercial claims director, and join the commercial claims leadership team.
Beazley has it has appointed two executives from CFC Underwriting and AIG to its private enterprise team, which handles professional liability needs for small businesses.
At CFC Underwriting, Nicholas Little handled cyber, technology and media underwriting. Before that, he was an assistant underwriter with QBE European Operations. He’ll be based in San Francisco with a focus on boosting Beazley’s small business underwriting presence in the U.S.
Timothy Regilio was a business development manager at AIG before coming to Beazley, and helped grow market share for AIG’s small and mid-sized commercial market. He will also be based in San Francisco, so he focus on strengthening broker relationships in the western United States.
W.R. Berkley Corp. named a new head of its Admiral Insurance Division.
Steven Zeitman will be Admiral’s president, succeeding James Carey. He’s been with Berkley since he joined in 2004 as founding president of Berkley Specialty Underwriting Managers, the company said.
JLT Re is bringing on Russell Walters as its latest partner.
Russell is an industry veteran with more than 30 years experience from brokerages and companies including Aon, Willis, Agnew Higgins and Miller Insurance Services.
At JLT Re, he’ll focus on driving international business expansion in London. As well, Russell will also support cross class production from Middle East, North Africa and Asia.
Sources: RSA, Beazley,W.R. Berkley, JLT Re