Chartis has established a new Global Markets division to manage the extension of its Passport platform for multinational customers. Global Markets was designed deliver a multinational offering for businesses ranging from Global 500 companies to regional enterprises with multi-country operations. Robert Beier has been named president of Global Markets and will report to Ralph Mucerino, senior vice president of Chartis.
Chartis formed Global Markets to expand Passport’s commitment to provide multinational solutions across the largest owned and controlled network in the industry. Specifically, Global Markets will ensure that Passport connects all key components of Chartis for its multinational clients, including: account relationship management; multinational program setup; service; data management; systems and claims. In addition, as part of Global Markets, Passport will work with Chartis’ underwriting units worldwide to deliver locally tailored insurance policies and risk management programs.
Beier will be responsible in his new role for overseeing Chartis’ business and service initiatives aimed at multinational companies, as well as closely coordinating with the underwriting units servicing these accounts. He will also oversee Chartis’ Global Client Services Function.
In a 30-year career with the company, Beier has held a number of senior positions in Chartis’ property and casualty business, including senior vice president and comptroller, senior vice president of administration and strategic initiatives, and most recently, executive vice president of Chartis U.S.’ sales and marketing unit. He is a graduate of St. John’s University.
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