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Chubb hires Casualty Manager for MENA region

1st October 2020 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Global re/insurer Chubb has announced the appointment of Konstantin Tretiakov as Regional Casualty Manager for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

ChubbTretiakov has 18 years of industry experience and previously served as Chubb’s Casualty Manager for Russia & CIS.

He has held a variety of roles in Russia, including as Director of Underwriting at Government Insurance Co Yugoria and Director General at Insurance Broker RIMS.

In his new role, Tretiakov will be responsible for growing and managing Chubb’s Casualty Portfolio for MENA by developing its Reinsurance proposition in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and Tunisia and offering support to grow its direct book in Egypt and Pakistan.

He will be based in Chubb’s DIFC offices and will report to Mojgan Khoshabi, Regional Managing Director, MENA, Chubb and Shankar Krishnan, Regional Head of Casualty, Eurasia and Africa, Chubb.

“I am delighted that Konstantin will be leading our Regional Casualty team in MENA,” said Khoshabi.

“One of Chubb’s many strengths is our ability to develop and promote from within and acknowledge talent across the company and Konstantin’s appointment is testament to this. I am very much looking forward to working with him and developing our Casualty business together.”

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