The Hanover Insurance Group has appointed Eric M. Schuler as President of management and executive liability, effective immediately.
Within this role, Schuler will assume responsibility for the strategy and execution of The Hanover’s management liability business, which offers specialized solutions for a broad range of private companies, non-profit organizations and financial institutions.
With more than 23 years of experience in the management liability business, Schuler is a strong leader with deep industry knowledge, and has been instrumental in The Hanover’s management liability expansion.
Schuler first joined the company in 2010, serving as a liability underwriting director. He also served as the director of management liability for the organization’s Northeast region and later, assistant vice president, management liability. Most recently, Schuler led the underwriting and field efforts for management liability lines as vice president of management and executive liability.
Before joining The Hanover, Schuler held various leadership roles at Zurich North America.
Meanwhile, The Hanover has also confirmed that Jon R. Martin will assume the role of vice president, management and executive liability for the company’s field team, succeeding Schuler in the position.
Previously, Martin served as vice president, distribution management, professional lines at The Hanover, where he led new business initiatives across the company’s management liability, professional liability, cyber and healthcare business.
Prior to joining The Hanover, Martin served as vice president, sales and distribution at Berkley FinSecure, now Berkley Financial Specialists.
In addition, The Hanover has also announced that it has appointed Greggory S. Ketay as vice president, distribution management, where he will build on the strong foundation established by Martin, assuming leadership responsibilities for the company’s regional distribution directors in the professional and executive lines space.
Overall, Ketay brings nearly 35 years of industry experience towards the role and has been with The Hanover since 2017, first joining the organization as vice president, architects and engineers.
“As we continue to enhance our specialty business, we are excited about these appointments, and the roles Eric, Greg, and Jon will play as we advance our vision to be the premier property and casualty carrier for our agent partners,” said Bryan J. Salvatore, president, specialty at The Hanover.
“The specialty market continues to evolve and grow, and our robust, diversified offering, coupled with our deep experience and strong leadership team, position us well as we look to capitalize on future opportunities and help our agents to do the same.”