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XL Catlin promotes Murphy to Excess & Surplus Property Insurance Regional Leader

26th June 2017 - Author: Staff Writer

XL Catlin’s Excess & Surplus (E&S) insurance team has promoted Caitlin Murphy to Eastern Regional Vice President from senior underwriter.

XL Catlin logoMurphy will work alongside E&S’s property leadership team including Kyle Burnett, West Region Vice President and Brian Ahern, Central Region Vice President, and will be responsible for directing regional underwriting operations and product and business development.

She will be based in XL Catlin’s Boston office and will report to Stephen Oh, President of XL Catlin’s multi-line E&S insurance business.

Oh commented on the promotion; “Under Caitlin’s guidance and using her impressive property underwriting experience, we’ll look to provide our broker partners and clients with access to a customized, creative insurance programs to address our clients’ most challenging property risks throughout our Eastern region.

“In her tenure here, Caitlin has proven very successful in creating effective underwriting strategies for our E&S team and finding insurance solutions for our clients.

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“It’s exciting to see the underwriting and business development opportunities here that open to such talented underwriters like Caitlin.”

Murphy boasts nearly ten years of underwriting and broking experience, with a recent focus on shared and layered property insurance programmes and business growth on the East Coast in the New York and Atlanta region.

Before joining XL Catlin, Murphy gained experience in placing complex risk management accounts at Marsh & McLennan and Aon.

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