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Chubb appoints Janene Blizzard to A&H role for UK & Ireland, Eurasia & Africa

29th July 2019 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Global insurer and reinsurer Chubb has announced the appointment of Janene Blizzard as Vice President Accident & Health (A&H) for the UK & Ireland and Eurasia & Africa region.

ChubbBlizzard previously served as Head of A&H Corporate and Global Accounts UK and Ireland at Chubb.

In her new role, she will have overall responsibility for growing Chubb’s A&H business in the UK and Ireland and also across the Eurasia and Africa region.

She succeeds Andrew Nisbet, who has been appointed Country President for Chubb Samaggi Insurance PCL Thailand, with both roles effective 1 October.

Based out of Chubb’s London office, Blizzard will report to Sara Mitchell, Division President for the UK and Ireland and Giles Ward, Regional President Eurasia and Africa.

Blizzard has almost 25 years’ industry experience, including more than a decade with Chubb in A&H roles of increasing seniority.

“I am delighted that Janene has been promoted to this important role and look forward to seeing her develop further our A&H business across the UK and Ireland and also our Eurasia and Africa region,” said Sara Mitchell, Division President for the UK and Ireland at Chubb.

“She has a great depth of knowledge and understanding which will help drive and deliver results across the region,” Mitchell added.

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