Insurer Zurich said it is expanding its presence in the U.S. energy casualty insurance market by adding two new executives to its Commercial Energy Casualty business unit.
Greg Cropp, vice president of Energy Excess Casualty, joins Zurich’s U.S. Energy Excess Casualty team after nearly seven years with AIG, where he most recently served as senior vice president, Global Marine and Energy Excess Casualty. Prior to AIG, he served for 17 years at Chubb with roles including Mid-Atlantic region manager and Affinity Program marketing underwriter.
Cropp’s responsibilities with Zurich will include oversight and management for the umbrella practice strategy and accountability for production, profitability, and compliance of the energy umbrella practice.
Marie Gwin, vice president of Energy Primary Casualty, assumes her new role as vice president, Primary Energy Casualty after nearly 28 years with Zurich. She began as an underwriter in commercial insurance, and most recently served as vice president and chief underwriting officer for Energy Casualty.
In her new role, Gwin’s responsibilities include oversight and management for the primary casualty practice strategy and accountability for production, profitability, and compliance of the energy primary casualty practice.
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