XL Catlin has appointed Barbara Luck as president of its Global Excess Casualty business, promoted from her current role as chief underwriting officer of XL Catlin’s Global Risk Management business.
Assuming her new leadership role on Dec. 1, Luck will report to Joe Tocco, chief executive of XL Catlin’s Americas region.
Luck joined XL Catlin in 2012 from ACE USA where she served as executive vice president and chief underwriting officer of its ACE Risk Management division. She also served as chief underwriting officer for ACE’s National Accounts and held positions as branch underwriting manager and vice president of Business Development.
Prior to her 11-year tenure with ACE, Luck held various casualty management, brokerage and underwriting positions at Marsh, Zurich and AIG. She is a graduate of the State University of New York at Binghamton.
“With more than 25 years of insurance underwriting and management experience, Barbara assumes her new role with a proven track record of bringing together multiple lines of insurance business to drive development of innovative, tailored insurance coverage for our primary casualty clients and profitable growth goals for our team,” said Tocco.
XL Catlin said it provides global excess casualty capacity for businesses ranging from upper middle market (UMM) to Fortune 1000 companies. It offers lead umbrella, excess, occurrence, claims made, occurrence reported and primary rail and excess insurance coverages from global access points with underwriting centers in Bermuda, Dublin, Ireland, London, the UK and 13 cities in North America. Liability limits up to $100 million are available.
Source: XL Catlin
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