The Hartford has named David Robinson executive vice president and general counsel. Robinson succeeds Alan Kreczko, current general counsel.
Robinson will report to Hartford Chairman and CEO Christopher Swift.
Swift thanked Kreczko for his service to the company. He has served as the general counsel to three different CEOs. He first assumed the role in 2007, overseeing the law department, government affairs, compliance and communications. Prior to joining The Hartford in 2003, Kreczko held various senior positions within the federal government including in the State Department.
Robinson joined The Hartford in 2006 and has held a number of leadership positions including leading The Hartford’s legal efforts in property/ casualty and group benefits, overseeing corporate law and serving as corporate secretary. Most recently, he managed the company’s restructuring efforts.
Before joining The Hartford, Robinson spent a number of years with Chubb, including serving as deputy general counsel. He also has a background in commercial litigation.
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