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Chubb promotes leaders within CGM unit

29th December 2020 - Author: Katie Baker

Global re/insurer Chubb has announced leadership promotions to its professional indemnity teams for Chubb Global Markets (CGM).

ChubbSteve Driscoll has been appointed Head of Professional Indemnity for CGM and also for the United Kingdom & Ireland.

Meanwhile, Benjamin Rowley has been promoted to Head of U.S. Professional Indemnity at CGM. Both appointments will take place effective immediately.

CGM comprises Chubb’s London market wholesale and specialty business including the company’s Lloyd’s platform.

In his new role, Driscoll will be responsible for leading Chubb’s professional indemnity team and will oversee strategic development, execution and financial performance.

His main focuses will include errors and omissions (E&O), medical malpractice, healthcare and, in the UK&I, retail.

The team itself will be expanded, merging its previously separate U.S. and non-U.S. sides.

Driscoll will continue to be based in London and will report into Jason Keen, Division President, Chubb Global Markets.

He has been Product Head Professional Lines (non-U.S.) for CGM since 2007, a role which was extended to cover the UK&I earlier this year.

As the new Head of U.S. Professional Indemnity, Rowley will oversee the management and growth of this key area of the CGM business.

He previously worked as Senior Underwriter Financial Lines, CGM since 2018, he is a medical malpractice specialist with an extensive knowledge of E&O. He will be reporting to Driscoll and will also continue to be based in London.

Both appointments follow the resignation of Trevor Ormes, Product Head Financial Lines, U.S. PI at CGM.

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