John Alfieri, Chubb’s executive vice president for North America major accounts field operations, is set to succeed Ellen Moore as president of Chubb Canada.
Moore will now transition to chair of operations for Chubb Canada and will work through the remainder of the year in an advisory capacity to Alfieri and help ensure a smooth transition into his new role.
In this new role Alfieri will have executive operating responsibility for the organisation’s retail property and casualty insurance business including high net worth personal lines, and accident and health offerings for Canadian-based clients served by independent brokers and agents.
He will oversee delivery of Chubb’s full portfolio of solutions to agent and broker distribution partners through four branch offices across Canada and will also oversee all facets of the business including strategy, product and business development, underwriting and service operations, and profit and loss performance.
Alfieri reports to Chris Maleno, Senior Vice President, Chubb Group, and Division President, North America Field Operations.
“We are fortunate to have had Ellen’s expertise in running our Canadian operations,” said Maleno.
“Chubb is known for its seasoned bench of management and Ellen’s leadership, knowledge, and experience have helped shape our company’s reputation into what it is today.
“We are grateful for her staying on to assist John as he makes the transition into his new role. On behalf of the entire management team, I want to thank Ellen for the exceptional contributions she’s made during her 40 years at Chubb and wish her the very best during her retirement.”
Maleno added, “Chubb has a diverse and thriving business in Canada, serving individuals, families and commercial clients of all sizes.
“John is an exceptionally well-rounded insurance executive with deep experience in risk management, distribution and underwriting. His unique background will be extremely valuable in serving the needs of our distribution partners and clients and fueling the next phase of our growth in this critical market.”