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Tokio Marine HCC names Ari Giller VP of cyber, tech underwriting

18th December 2020 - Author: Katie Baker

Property & Casualty insurer Tokio Marine HCC has appointed Ari Giller as vice president of cyber and tech underwriting.

Tokio Marine HCCHe reports to Michael Palotay, the group’s Chief Underwriting Officer.

Giller is based in Chicago and oversees the West Coast and Midwest underwriting divisions.

Palotay said, “I’m excited to announce Ari’s promotion. He’s distinguished himself as a thought leader, and his unparalleled expertise has kept us forward-thinking in the marketplace.

“Ari spearheaded our regional distribution approach in the Midwest and has successfully grown that operation for four years. His strategic outlook will continue to be a huge asset as he takes on this leadership role.”

Giller joined Tokio Marine HCC in 2011 and most recently served as director – cyber & tech underwriting midwest.

In his new role, he leads product development, manage new business production, and oversees the cyber and tech underwriting team.

Giller added: “I am eager to get started. As we constantly evaluate exposures in the market, we look to refine our underwriting approach and improve our risk management and prevention services. As industry leaders, we strive to be ahead of the curve during times of continuous change.”

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