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Ironshore makes exec appointments to oversee U.S programs unit

4th February 2019 - Author: Charlie Wood

Ironshore Specialty Casualty has announced the appointment of Casey Hartley as Senior Vice President, Head of Programs, as well as Tracey Sharis, Senior Vice President, who becomes Director of Programs.

Ironshore logoHartley will oversee the development, marketing and distribution of programs lines, working with programs administrators across Ironshore’s underwriting platforms in the U.S.

Hartley was named to lead U.S. General Liability Lines for Liberty International Underwriters (LIU) in 2016. Previously, she had served in various leadership roles at LIU parent, Liberty Mutual Commercial Insurance.

She will be supported by Sharis, who was most recently Senior Vice President of Operations and Distribution for Ironshore Specialty Casualty and Senior Vice President of Retail Distribution.

She joined Ironshore Specialty Casualty in 2011 as Vice President for retail and construction business lines within the U.S.


Sharis has held management positions for Aon Benfield within its facultative reinsurance group, and with AIG’s Lexington Insurance Company in property and casualty sectors.

“Our new leadership team led by well-respected executives with sector expertise reflects Ironshore’s commitment to continued growth and success in the Programs market going forward,” stated Michael Finnegan, President, Ironshore Specialty Casualty.

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