ACE Group Names 3 to High-Net Personal Lines Posts

August 21, 2014

ACE Group announced executive appointments in its high net worth personal lines insurance business, ACE Private Risk Services, naming Annmarie Camp as senior vice president, National Sales and Distribution leader, Shannon Detroit as vice president, Central Region, and Heather Cabra as vice president, Southern Region.

Based in Basking Ridge, N.J., Camp will be responsible for overseeing the U.S. distribution of ACE Private Risk Services’ products and services including specialized home, auto, watercraft, valuable collections, and umbrella liability insurance through independent agents and brokers. Camp will also continue in her role as Group Umbrella practice leader. She will report to Mary Boyd, division president, ACE Private Risk Services.

Camp joined ACE Private Risk Services in 2009 as the regional vice president for the Northeastern Region. In late 2011, she moved to the Southeastern Region, leading expansion into Texas and the Carolinas. In 2013, she also led the national launch of ACE Private Risk Services’ group umbrella program.

Detroit and Cabra will oversee the local field marketing, underwriting, claims, risk consulting, and agency services teams in ACE Private Risk Services’ Central and Southern Regions, respectively. They will both report directly to Camp.

Detroit joined ACE Private Risk Services in 2010 as territory manager for Washington and Oregon. In March of 2013, he relocated to Texas and assumed the role of distribution leader. Detroit has more than 13 years of high net worth personal insurance experience and spent eight years as regional marketing manager for a U.S.-based personal lines carrier.

Cabra joins ACE from a global personal lines carrier, where she spent more than 20 years in senior regional management and distribution leadership roles, including serving as vice president of a U.S.-based personal lines carrier with senior management responsibilities.

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