S&P Global MarketIntelligence presents a weekly rundown of selected executive management andother personnel moves in the insurance industry. The changes are listed byannouncement date in reverse chronological order.
appointed John Greed CEO, effective April 1. Greed isalso president of the company. He succeeds Thomas Moran, who retired as CEO after 21 years in theposition.
MichaelMaiberger was namedas Premier Health's executive vice president and COO, effective April 5, the Dayton (Ohio) Business Journal reported. As part of a transition plan, Maibergerassumes the post from President Mary Boosalis, who will replace CEO JimPancoast at the end of 2016.
Executive VicePresident and CFO William Babcock is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.Mario Bonaccorso will replace Babcock as CFO, subject to Bermuda Immigrationapproval.
, CFO of , will takeon the role of COO, among other management in the company. Petkau succeedsAlan Hughes, who resigned from the post.
'ssenior vice president and CFO, Gary McCabe, will retire, effective April 30. Scott Ewert, vice presidentand CFO of E-L Financial Corp.Ltd., will assume the position of interim CFO.
MarkBrooks joined asCentene Corp.'ssenior vice president and chief information officer. Brooks most recentlyserved as chief information officer for Health Net Inc.
addedDavid Valzania ascustomer and broker engagement leader, eastern U.S. region. Valzania previouslyserved at American InternationalGroup Inc. as president, AIG Multinational, Americas. BerkshireHathaway Specialty Insurance is part of BerkshireHathaway Inc.
KarenBrach was appointedpresident of Meridian Health Planof Illinois Inc., effective April 5. is theultimate parent of Meridian Health Plan of Illinois.
As partof Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC's acquisition of Corporate ConsultingServices Ltd., Grant Dougherty, Corporate Consulting's president and CEO,will continue to leadthe team of 20 employees, all of whom are joining Marsh & McLennan Agency'sNortheast region.
Marsh& McLennan Agency is a subsidiary of Marsh LLC, which is a wholly owned subsidiary ofMarsh & McLennan Cos.Inc.
QBENorth America hiredEric Shanks as senior vice president of high net worth and Guy Huntley assenior vice president of personal insurance underwriting.
Thecompany also announced the promotion of Steven Allen to senior vicepresident for general aviation.
QBENorth America is part of QBEInsurance Group Ltd. QBE Aviation is part of
GaryPetrosino was tappedas COO of Lockton's Pacific operations in the U.S., effective April 1.Petrosino succeeds Lenny Fodemski, who was promoted to a new role as anexecutive vice president in Lockton's holding company.
FollowingAlliant Insurance ServicesInc.'s acquisition of Andre-Romberg Insurance Agency, Ken Kurtz,Andre-Romberg's president, willjoin Alliant along with his entire management team and staff.
MichaelKemp resigned aschief underwriting officer and senior vice president of , effectiveMarch 31. Kemp's resignation was in connection with the of and thestop-loss business produced by it to Swiss Re Corporate Solutions' largest U.S. carrier,Westport Insurance Corp.Kemp will lead Swiss Re Corporate Solutions' North America accident and healthbusiness unit.
Thomas Sabatino Jr. as executivevice president and general counsel, effective April 25. Sabatino will joinAetna's executive committee. He succeeds William Casazza, who will continue toserve as a strategic adviser to Aetna in connection with the company'spendingacquisition of HumanaInc. Casazza will retire upon the close of the transaction.
GreatAmerican Insurance Group broughton board Mellissa Carbone-Moser as divisional vice president withinits aviation division. GreatAmerican Insurance Co. is the flagship company of Great AmericanInsurance Group. The members of the Great American Insurance Group aresubsidiaries of American FinancialGroup Inc.
MarcSchmittlein will joinCopperPoint Mutual InsuranceCo. on June 1 to succeed Donald Smith Jr. as president and CEO.Schmittlein most recently worked at Travelers Cos. Inc. as president of its cyber businessdivision. Smith previously announced his plans to retire effective July 1.
'schief accounting officer, Maurice Hebert, will resign from his post, effective April 22, to assumea senior management role at a private health care company. WellCare currentlyexpects to appoint Michael Meyer as the principal accounting officer, effectiveApril 15.