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Insurance moves: Arch Capital promotes COO to CEO; MagMutual names regional SVP

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a weekly rundown of selected executive management and other personnel moves in the insurance industry. The changes are listed by announcement date in reverse chronological order.

March 21

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. has appointed Pete Frey as commercial telematics director.

March 20

Aon Benfield named Matthias Meyenhofer CEO and Tony Fox chairman of Aon Benfield Bermuda, subject to Bermuda immigration approval.

Aon PLC has promoted Lurline Craig-Burke to managing director in its Atlanta office, the Insurance Journal reported.

MagMutual Insurance Co. has named Mark Wittel regional senior vice president.

Sutter Health and Aetna Inc. have named Steve Wigginton CEO of the Sutter Health | Aetna joint venture.

Maiden Holdings Ltd. has formed a customer-focused innovation solutions team across all its critical client functions. The group will be led by Colin Fitt, senior vice president of corporate development at Maiden.

Kara Owens has left Transatlantic Reinsurance Co. as global head of cyber risk officer to join Markel Corp. in a senior global cyber position in insurance operations, The Insurance Insider reported.

March 19

Cigna Life Insurance New Zealand Ltd. appointed Gail Costa as its new CEO, effective April 1.

Following NFP Corp.'s acquisition of Westfield, N.J.-based BSC Group Services LLC, its principals, David Stearns and David Wright, will join NFP as directors.

March 16

Arch Capital Group Ltd. promoted Marc Grandisson to president and CEO, in accordance with a succession plan, effective March 3.