Matthew Lubin will serve as Head of Construction and International Surety. Mr. Lubin is currently Senior Vice President and Chief Underwriting Officer for Chubb Surety. Mr. Lubin will be responsible for the strategy and product management of contract surety products and services offered through the Major Accounts, Commercial Insurance and Small Commercial business units that serve customers globally.Messrs. Ciullo and Lubin and Ms. Black will report to Mr. Haney. Underwriting Leadership Global Surety underwriting will be organized by client size, scope and territory. The three business segments are Engineering & Construction, Construction Surety, and Commercial Surety. Engineering & Construction Leadership Richard Barnett will serve as Director, Engineering & Construction. Mr. Barnett will have underwriting responsibility for clients that operate with a broad footprint in North America and/or globally, and will also support surety branch underwriting activities in Asia, Canada and Europe. Mr. Barnett is currently Senior Vice President and Surety Director, National Engineering & Construction for Chubb. He will report to Mr. Lubin. Latin America Leadership Arturo Martinez will lead the geographic expansion, strategy and management for surety products and services offered in Latin America. Mr. Martinez is currently Senior Vice President, Surety Latin America for ACE. He will report to Jorge Luis Cazar, who, as previously announced, will serve as Senior Vice President of the new Chubb Group and Regional President, Latin America, and to Mr. Haney. Dekker Buckley will be responsible for the oversight and monitoring of surety underwriting throughout Latin America. Mr. Buckley is currently Vice President and Surety Director for Chubb Latin America. He will provide underwriting support for complex surety transactions, oversee the execution of underwriting best practices, and lead portfolio management for Surety operations in Latin America. Mr. Buckley will report to Mr. Lubin. U.S. Construction Leadership The U.S. Construction segment will serve clients that operate within a regional or local footprint.
- Kevin Waldron will be responsible for the Construction Group and Small Construction, supporting surety branch underwriting activities in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Cincinnati, Chicago and Minneapolis. Mr. Waldron is presently Vice President and Surety Construction Director for Chubb. Mr. Waldron will report to Mr. Lubin.
- Donna Powers will be responsible for the Construction Group supporting surety branch underwriting activities in New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Houston and Warren, NJ. Ms. Powers is currently Vice President and Surety Construction Director for Chubb. Ms. Powers will report to Mr. Lubin.
- Joseph Gaskill will be responsible for the Commercial Group, supporting surety branch underwriting activities in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston. Mr. Gaskill is currently Senior Vice President, Commercial Surety for ACE. Mr. Gaskill will report to Ms. Black.
- Craig Gortner will be responsible for the Commercial Group, supporting surety branch underwriting activities in New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Atlanta. Mr. Gortner is currently Senior Vice President, Commercial Surety for ACE. Mr. Gortner will report to Ms. Black.
Christopher Parker will serve as Surety Chief Credit Officer. Mr. Parker will be responsible for portfolio management and underwriting compliance. Mr. Parker is presently Vice President and Surety Commercial Director for Chubb. Mr. Parker will report to Mr. Haney."This is a truly high-performing team that represents the best surety talent in the market," said Mr. Haney. "I highly respect the Chubb Surety team, and I have had the privilege of working with the ACE team for many years. As a combined team, we will pool our collective strengths in order to deliver best-in-class product, service and global delivery for our clients and brokers." "Global Surety is poised for ongoing growth and success, with Steve leading a strong team of professionals who combine industry expertise with geographical coverage," said Mr. Lupica. "I'm excited about our prospects and look forward to providing a broad portfolio of surety solutions and services to existing and prospective clients and brokers." 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