Chubb Canada’s President Moore to Retire, Succeeded by Alfieri

October 23, 2020

Ellen Moore, the current president of Chubb Canada, has announced her retirement, which will take effect at the end of the year. She is succeeded by John Alfieri, Chubb’s current executive vice president, North America Major Accounts Field Operations, effective immediately and subject to regulatory approvals.

John Alfieri

Moore will work through the remainder of the year in an advisory capacity to Alfieri and help ensure a smooth transition into his new role. For this period, she will take on the role of chair of Operations, Chubb Canada.

As president of Chubb Canada, Alfieri will have executive operating responsibility for the organization’s retail property and casualty insurance business including high net worth personal lines, and accident and health offerings for Canadian-based clients served by independent brokers and agents.

He will oversee delivery of Chubb’s full portfolio of solutions to agent and broker distribution partners through four branch offices across Canada and will also oversee all facets of the business including strategy, product and business development, underwriting and service operations, and profit and loss performance.

Alfieri will report to Chris Maleno, senior vice president, Chubb Group, and division president, North America Field Operations.

Alfieri began his career with Chubb in 2004 and has more than 39 years of experience in the risk management and insurance industry, predominantly focused in the large-account and multinational segment. Prior to his role as Chubb’s executive vice president, North America Major Accounts Field Operations, he served as Chubb’s regional executive officer for the New York region and held various leadership roles at ACE prior to its merger with Chubb.

Alfieri graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the State University of New York. He also completed graduate work in economics and finance at the University of Connecticut.

Source: Chubb

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