Lloyd’s of London has named Carey Bond as U.S. head of Claims, a newly created role that stems from the Future at Lloyd’s strategy.
Based in Greenville, South Carolina, he’ll be responsible for overseeing U.S. claims processing across the Lloyd’s market with a goal of improving outcomes and customer experience. His immediate priority will be to provide support for Lloyd’s customers through the hurricane season. He will also collaborate with London brokers and underwriters on claim services for policyholders in the U.S., Lloyd’s largest market
Bond brings two decades of claims management experience at several insurance companies. He joins Lloyd’s from Canal Insurance Co., where he has served as Claims team leader since 2017. Prior to that, he was the director of Claims at Access Corporate Services and served as Corporate Auto Property Damage Manager at American Independent Companies. He also previously served as a regional director at Nationwide Insurance, and a vice president of claims at Travelers.
Bond served in the U.S. Army as a senior military advisor in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom and in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. He left the reserves with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 2011.
In his new role, Bond will report to Hank Watkins, regional director and president of Lloyd’s, Americas, and Phil Godwin, Lloyd’s head of Claims in London.
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