S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes in the insurance industry. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and stories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.
Epic Insurance Brokers and Consultants appointed Raylene Chiarizzio senior vice president and Aaron Zetterower principal at its southwest risk management practice.
Chiarizzio joined Epic from Willis Towers Watson PLC, while Zetterower served as vice president at AssuredPartners Inc.
Property and casualty
Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc. named Alex Tang managing director of its Hong Kong operations.
Axa XL appointed Stephen Nguyen client management leader for Asia.
Nguyen served as a director at Aon PLC and manager for outward accounts at Aon global client network.
Gallagher named Neil Drowley head of policy wordings at its global aerospace practice.
Drowley will lead the specialist wordings team and manage all phases of contract administration and wordings review. He served as a senior aviation wordings technician at MS Amlin Ltd.
Gallagher is the brand name of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
AmTrust International Ltd. appointed Tom Maloney head of claims for AmTrust International Specialty and chief claims officer for AmTrust Europe Ltd.
Michael Walsh was also named delegated claims manager for AmTrust International Specialty, effective in the first quarter of 2020.
Maloney led the specialty division at CNA Hardy, while Walsh worked within the claims performance team at Lloyd's of London.
Andy Caldwell, Clive Archer and Gavin Stanley are set to leave Barbican, The Insurance Insider reported.
Caldwell serves as an active underwriter at Lloyd's of London Syndicate 1955. Archer serves as head of international casualty treaty and Stanley is head of financial lines at Barbican.
Accident and health head Tom Ing, international casualty treaty class underwriter Rachel Cohen, and operations staff Neil McGeachie and Eleanor O'Shea are also at risk of redundancy, according to the report.
Around 15 to 20 senior staff are reportedly at risk of redundancy following Arch Capital Group Ltd.'s acquisition of Barbican Group Holdings Ltd., which closed in November, according to the report. Barbican will be merged into Arch Capital's insurance and reinsurance operations following the transaction.
Stewart Information Services Corp. appointed Steve Lessack to lead the U.S. direct operations business.
Lessack will continue to serve as the group president of international operations and commercial services.