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Amerisure hires Robert Bateman as CFO & Treasurer

10th May 2019 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Amerisure Mutual Insurance Company, the U.S property and casualty insurer, has announced the appointment of Robert Bateman as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Treasurer.

robert-bateman-amerisureHe will succeed outgoing CFO Matthew Simon, who is retiring from Amerisure after 21 years of service.

Bateman joins the company from Infinity Property & Casualty Corporation, where he also held the role of CFO.

In this position, he led reserving and pricing, and reinsurance, in addition to traditional finance, accounting an investment functions.

Prior to this, he served as CFO at Country Financial, where he oversaw strategic and operational planning, reinsurance, controllers, actuarial, enterprise risk management and investments.

Bateman also held various leadership roles at The Hartford, including as CFO of the company’s commercial insurance businesses, before becoming corporate controller.

“We are excited to welcome Robert Bateman to Amerisure,” said Greg Crabb, Amerisure’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

“His leadership and expertise will be an outstanding addition to our executive team,” Crabb added.

Amerisure is licensed in all 50 U.S states and provides a range of insurance products to protect businesses focused in construction, manufacturing and healthcare.

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