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Everest names Connie Germano President of Specialty Casualty

15th December 2020 - Author: Katie Baker

Everest Insurance has announced the appointment of Connie Germano as President of Specialty Casualty.

everest insuranceBased in the company’s New York City office, she will report to Mike Karmilowicz, President and Chief Executive Officer of Everest Insurance.

Germano joined Everest Insurance five years ago, and currently leads the Specialty Casualty group, which includes Environmental, Excess Casualty, Life Sciences and E&S Casualty (primary and excess) business segments.

She began her insurance leadership career at AIG where she led middle market and energy excess casualty.

Prior to Everest, Germano worked at ACE USA, leading Excess and Custom Casualty before moving to Zurich to lead middle market casualty in Continental Europe for ACE Europe.

She previously worked for major insurance carriers in various senior underwriting roles.

Karmilowicz said: “Connie is a seasoned professional with more than 18 years of insurance experience in primary and excess casualty business.

“This appointment recognises Connie’s significant leadership impact on Everest Insurance, her exemplary performance and the growth, success and diversity of the units she oversees.

“I look forward to working closely with Connie going forward as we continue to strengthen our global organisation.”

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