Hamilton Insurance Group, Ltd. appointed a new Head of Allied Medical for its U.S. excess and surplus (E&S) business. Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited named a new Group Chief Actuarial Officer. Markel Corp. hired a Senior Director, Markel Specialty Programs.


Hamilton Insurance Group, Ltd. appointed Kevin Price as Head of Allied Medical for its U.S. excess and surplus (E&S) business.

Kevin Price

Price comes to Hamilton from RCM&D to take on what is a newly-created role. He is responsible for building out the U.S. -based book of allied medical liability insurance business, leveraging Hamilton Insurance DAC, the Company’s platform supporting U.S. E&S lines. He reports to Clay Rhoades, President, US E&S, Price joins this week from RCM&D. In this newly created role,

With decades of healthcare industry experience serving community hospitals in Virginia, Price most recently was at RCM&D, Glen Allen where he was Client Services Team Leader, leading a group of insurance agency healthcare specialists that serviced healthcare entities with a complete insurance portfolio. Before that he had numerous leadership positions spanning his career, including wholesale insurance broking and underwriting, and has been involved in all aspects of the insurance underwriting and distribution processes.

Price was a long-serving executive at Argo Group International Holdings, Ltd. in Richmond, Virginia where he was SVP, Allied Medical. Price started his career in claims with Liberty Mutual and Victor O. Schinnerer before moving from underwriting to agency and back to underwriting, including having previously worked at RCM&D earlier in his career.


Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited named William (Bill) Miller as its new Group Chief Actuarial Officer, effective July 1 2021, subject to immigration approval.

Miller joins from KPMG in Bermuda where he is Managing Director, Actuarial, responsible for advising some of the leading international insurers and reinsurers. Before joining KPMG in 2014, Miller spent 12 years at Chubb legacy ACE, where he was ultimately Chief Actuary for its Risk Management & Foreign Casualty divisions. Miller’s actuarial career spans 35 years within the non-life sector and also includes roles at Travelers, NCCI, Reliance National and at Willis Towers Watson working as a senior consultant actuary.

Miller’s arrival marks the rebuilding of Aspen’s actuarial function as part of the group’s operational, strategic and cultural transformation that continues to gather momentum. He will report into Executive Chairman and Group Chief Executive Officer Mark Cloutier and will be responsible for overseeing Aspen’s core actuarial services.

Bill will be based in Aspen’s Bermuda offices and will replace current Executive Vice President and Group Chief Actuary Andrew (Andy) Kudera, who has departed Aspen to pursue other opportunities.


Markel Corp. hired on Helen Xu as Senior Director, Markel Specialty Programs. She will lead triaging and onboarding new programs as well as portfolio management for the existing and newly delegated programs for the Markel Specialty division.

Xu has more than 20 years of industry experience with a strong program background. Her most recent position was with QBE North America as Vice President, Program Due Diligence and Program Management where she was responsible for triaging and assessing new program opportunities, managing the due diligence and vetting process, and building analytical models while assuming profit and loss responsibility of newly launched programs. Before QBE, Xu was the Westchester Programs Strategy Analysis and Senior Program Manager for Chubb, Ltd.

Xu earned her MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business and bachelor’s degree from the University of International Business and Economics. She also holds Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designations. Xu will report to Lamb and is based out of Summit, New Jersey.

Sources: Hamilton Insurance Group, Aspen, Markel