ACE Appoints Hofman-Bang as Denmark Casualty Manager

February 26, 2014

The ACE Group has announced the appointment of Anders Mølbjerg Hofman-Bang to the role of Casualty Manager, Denmark as part of a program of investment to further strengthen its proposition for corporate clients across the Nordic region.

He will have “responsibility for the underwriting performance of ACE’s diverse casualty portfolio across Denmark and will work closely with the local team and the company’s broker partners and clients to develop and grow the business,” said the announcement.

Mølbjerg Hofman-Bang has 13 years of insurance industry experience, and has accumulated extensive experience in several key functions, including” business development and underwriting, and especially within the area of casualty insurance.”

He joins ACE from AIG Denmark where he was most recently Major Team Leader, Casualty. Prior to this, he held various relationship management, broker and underwriting positions at insurance companies Aon Denmark, Høgsberg and Skadeförsäkring with a focus on casualty and financial lines insurance.

Mølbjerg Hofman-Bang will be based in Copenhagen, reporting to Erik Westin, Casualty Manager, Nordics at ACE. The appointment is effective immediately.

Bror Sandas, Country President, Nordics at ACE, commented: “ACE is a global leader in casualty insurance and the Nordic region is no exception. Anders’ appointment underlines our commitment to maintaining and strengthening our local presence in Denmark and providing a market-leading casualty proposition for brokers and clients.

Erik Westin, Casualty Manager, Nordics at ACE, noted Mølbjerg Hofman-Bang’s “excellent industry pedigree,” indicating that with “his breadth of experience including in both underwriting and business development, he is well equipped to understand and anticipate the evolving needs of our customers and drive forward our plans for profitable growth in Denmark.”

Source: ACE Group

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