Schaumburg, Ill.-based commercial lines insurer Zurich North America announced that Thomas Bradley will become chief operating officer of finance and administration and chief financial officer of its North American commercial operations. John McCartney, the current CFO, has announced his plans to retire on May 30, and will support Bradley during the transition.
In addition to being responsible for financial functions, Bradley will play a key role in developing financial plans, according to John Amore, CEO of Zurich’s North American commercial division.
Bradley has nearly 25 years of insurance experience to his new positions at Zurich. He is expected to begin the week of April 12, pending the completion of his current duties as executive vice president and CFO for the St. Paul Cos. Inc.
In that role, he had broad functional responsibilities including oversight of systems, treasury and controllership, including external reporting and taxation. In addition, he managed St. Paul’s relationships with rating organizations, investors, analysts and regulatory agencies. Bradley joined St. Paul in 1998 when that company acquired USF&G, where he was serving as vice president and corporate controller.
Topics Commercial Lines
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