Chubb announced two leadership appointments in the company’s Asia Pacific business.
John French, currently country president for Australia and New Zealand, has been appointed to the position of senior vice president, head of Broker Distribution for Asia Pacific. At the same time, Jarrod Hill, who is currently executive vice president, head of Property for Chubb Overseas General, has been appointed to succeed French as country president of Australia and New Zealand.
Both appointments will be effective from Feb. 1, 2018 and are subject to regulatory approval.
In his new role, French will focus on maximizing Chubb’s product offering including portfolio-based solutions, facilities, joint product design and execution initiatives with key brokers in the region. French will continue to be based in Sydney and will report to Jason Keen, Chubb’s regional head of Property & Casualty for Asia Pacific.
French succeeds Ben Carey, who has been appointed to lead the corporate segment of the company’s international accident and health insurance business. Based in New York, Carey will report to John Thomson, division president, International Accident & Health, Chubb Overseas General.
To take up his new role as country president of Australia and New Zealand, Hill is returning to the region where he was previously regional head of Property & Casualty for Chubb in Asia Pacific until assuming his current position in 2013. Based in Sydney, Hill will report to Paul McNamee, Chubb’s regional president for Asia Pacific.
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