Massachusetts-based insurer The Hanover has appointed David B. Greenfield as executive vice president and senior finance officer.
Greenfield will assume the roles of chief financial officer and principal accounting officer in March. Greenfield most recently served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of AXIS Capital Holdings Ltd., the multi-national insurer based in Bermuda.
Greenfield joined AXIS in 2006, and served as a member of the company’s executive management group. In this capacity, he was responsible for all aspects of the company’s financial operations, including capital management, investments, planning and analysis, actuarial, treasury, and accounting.
Previously, Greenfield spent 22 years at KPMG, rising to partner of the firm’s financial services practice in 1996. He served as lead partner for several large, multi-national financial services, insurance and reinsurance clients and also served as the firm’s global sector chair for insurance and as a member of its global financial services leadership team.
He succeeds Steven J. Bensinger, who will be stepping down to return to the New York area. Bensinger will stay on through March, working closely with Greenfield to ensure a smooth transition of financial leadership.
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