AXA XL is having one of its executives take on additional responsibilities as its new Marine Liabilities Global Practice Leader. Online insurance marketplace Policygenius hired a new Head of Customer Relationship Management.
AXA XL’s Global Marine insurance business appointed Stephen Clark as its Marine Liabilities Global Practice Leader.
Clark, based in Chicago, takes on the new role in addition to retaining his responsibilities as North America Hull and Liabilities Practice Leader.
He joined AXA XL in 2017 to head its marine hull & liabilities business in North America. Before that, he served as vice president of Ocean Marine business at CNA.
AXA XL’s Global Marine business provides insurance for clients with special coverage needs for their marine exposures, including Inland Marine, Ocean Cargo, Blue and Brown Water Hull, P&I, as well as Excess and Primary Marine Liabilities.
Online insurance marketplace Policygenius hired Jim Barrett as the company’s Head of Customer Relationship Management.
Barrett brings nearly 30 years of marketing and analytics experience to Policygenius.
Most recently, Barrett was the Customer Insights Leader at Homesite, where he focused on customer retention and development. Before that he founded Teave Consulting to provide customer relationship management strategy support to early stage companies. Barrett was also the Vice President of Customer Analytics and Marketing at EverQuote, where he led a team to achieve record sales through the introduction of innovative analytics techniques. He served as the Vice President of Analytics and Experimental Design at Fidelity Investments, where he launched model governance capabilities while leading an international analytics team.
Earlier in his career, Barrett served as the Vice President of Analytics and Marketing for online shopping company Rue La La, where he built the analytics function and drove the adoption of natural language processing-driven personalization. He also held leadership roles at Harte-Hanks Direct Marketing and WearGuard, an Aramark company.
Sources: AXA XL, Policygenius