Chubb, the Whitehouse Station-based property and casualty insurer, has made a series of executive appointments in its global casualty and excess casualty business lines within the North America major accounts division, it said recently.
The North America major accounts division serves large U.S. and Canadian companies with risk management solutions for global issues.
The four appointments, effective immediately, are:
Rabl, who had been the global casualty business’s chief operating officer, will now lead the unit. Meanwhile, Capparelli, formerly a senior VP, will oversee the unit’s field operations, reporting to Rabl. Both will be based in New York City.
Hazelton will now oversee the excess casualty business operations as an expansion of his previous role leading the construction industry practice and environmental, primary and excess construction lines of business. Fobert, who will now handle day-to-day management and field operations for the excess casualty unit, will report to Hazelton. Both will also be based in New York.
“With the recent appointments of Ross Bertossi to vice president of global underwriting, Chubb Group, and Matt Merna to chief operating officer of Chubb’s North America major accounts division, these additional announcements further reinforce our deep bench of leadership,” Chris Maleno, SVP, Chubb Group, and division president, North America major accounts, said in a prepared statement.
“This group’s extensive experience and strong leadership skills will help further our recognition for the superior underwriting and exceptional risk management solutions we have become known for in the large account market space.”