Ironshore Forms Executive Leadership Committee to Drive Growth Strategy

March 12, 2014

Specialty insurer Ironshore Inc. said it has formed a Group Executive Leadership Committee to formulate the firm’s strategy for continued growth and enhanced performance of its group of companies globally.

The Executive Leadership Committee will  address the short and longer-term issues surrounding business prioritization, organizational development and improvement initiatives, the announcement said.

The committee represents senior management responsible for various organizational functions within its group of companies worldwide: Kevin H. Kelley, CEO; Shaun Kelly, president and CEO of U.S. Operations; Mitchell E. Blaser, chief operations officer, CEO of Ironshore Bermuda, IronServe and Iron-Starr; Joe Roberts, chief financial officer of Ironshore Inc.; Mark Wheeler, CEO of Ironshore International; and Paul. S. Giordano, general counsel, secretary, and chairman of Diversified Credit Business.

CEO Kelley said the committee will focus on the “growth of the business and ensure execution and accountability of organizational priorities.”

The Ironshore group of companies underwrites more than 15 specialty lines of business in 25 offices worldwide.

 

 

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  • March 12, 2014 at 3:22 pm
    Insurance 102 says:
    It is fine. As I mentioned before earlybird, Ironshore will "buy" business that does not have premium, terms and conditions that match the exposure. When the losses start to m... read more
  • March 12, 2014 at 2:08 pm
    earlybird says:
    Golly "insurance 102," sounds like you must have lost an account to the new kids, Ironshore! Maybe when you get to be "insurance 202" you will understand how the markets work,... read more
  • March 12, 2014 at 12:34 pm
    insurance102 says:
    oops. It should be referral underwriter.
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