XL Catlin has appointed Barry G. Huber as its global practice leader for political risk and trade credit claims. This move comes as the firm works to continue building out its political risk and trade credit insurance capabilities.
Huber is based in New York and reports to Martin Turner, global practice leader for specialty claims in London, and supports the global political risk and trade credit business headed by Dan Riordan, global president of political risk and trade credit in Washington D.C.
Huber brings 25 years of political risk and technical claims management experience to this role, in which he will provide oversight and direction to achieve claims resolution for the firm’s political risk and trade credit clients.
He joins XL Catlin from Zurich Insurance Group, where he served as global claims manager for Zurich credit and political risk. Prior to that, he served as assistant vice president of specialty claims, political risk and complex surety for Chubb. He also currently serves on the claim and recovery committee for the Berne Union.
Source: XL Catlin
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