The Philadelphia Contributionship (TPC) has hired Thomas Greenfield as president and CEO.
Greenfield is taking over the mantle from Robert Whitlock, Jr., who was appointed president and CEO in 2009. Whitlock will retire later this year.
Greenfield will provide strategic leadership for the company, working with the board and the leadership team to establish long-range goals and plans.
He began his insurance career with Aetna as an underwriting trainee after graduating from college and then spent 11 years progressing within the company. His next role was with Republic Insurance as an underwriting manager for the Northeast, ultimately becoming a senior vice president for QBE after various mergers and reorganizations. Eventually, Greenfield moved back to Republic as senior vice president and chief underwriting officer. In 2016, he was elevated to divisional president and CEO of Republic.
The Philadelphia Contributionship (TPC) is a group of insurance companies writing personal property and casualty insurance in urban and suburban communities.
Source: The Philadelphia Contributionship
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