People Moves: NFP Cyber Adds Marsh’s Maugé, WTW’s Cavaliere; Dillman to Head Chubb’s Digital Transformation

January 28, 2022

NFP Welcomes Cyber Risk Experts Maugé and Cavaliere

Insurance broker NFP announced the addition of Courtney Maugé, senior vice president, cyber practice leader, and Rick Cavaliere, senior vice president, senior cyber broker.

Maugé joins the company from Marsh FINPRO, where she managed a cyber/errors and omissions (E&O) liability portfolio and provided national thought leadership. Maugé is a frequent speaker on cyber/E&O topics, most notably privacy risks and the human element of cyber risk. Prior to that, she held cyber, broker and professional liability risk positions with Willis Towers Watson and Aon Risk Solutions.

Cavaliere comes to NFP from Willis Towers Watson, where he managed its cyber and professional liability practice. Cavaliere oversaw client strategy, negotiated placements with carriers, handled complex claims, and cultivated and grew relationships with clients and prospects. He also acted as COO for the Willis Cyber/E&O team, helping drive client strategies and partner with carriers for best-in-class terms and service. Cavaliere earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois School of Law and his bachelor’s degree in finance from Loyola University Chicago.

Both will report to Matthew Schott, managing director and head of NFP’s Management & Professional liability practice.

Chubb Appoints Dillman to Digital Transformation Post

Chubb Limited announced that Julie Dillman has been appointed executive vice president, Chubb Group and Digital Transformation Officer. Currently, senior vice president, Chubb Group and global head of Operations and Technology, Dillman in her new role will partner with Chubb’s Chief Digital Business Officer Sean Ringsted and the company’s senior business executives to lead the company’s transformation, including how work gets done and the skills and technology employed to serve customers and distribution partners. Dillman will continue to have executive oversight for the company’s global operations and technology.

Dillman joined Chubb in 2016 from Travelers Insurance, where, as executive vice president, Operations, eBusiness and Analytics, and a member of the company’s management committee, she led operations and corporate-wide digital and analytics delivery. Dillman began her career as a personal insurance underwriter and held positions of increasing responsibility including product development leadership and integration leadership roles through multiple platforms. She was appointed senior vice president, Chubb Group in 2016.

Thomas Kropp, who currently serves as deputy global Operations and Technology officer, has been named senior vice president, Chubb Group and global head of Operations and Technology, and will report to Dillman. In this capacity, Kropp will have global responsibility for technology, service operations, business resiliency, procurement, real estate and general business efficiencies. Dillman will retain direct responsibility for certain operational areas including workplace experience and flight operations.

The appointments were effective January 1, 2022. Dillman will continue to report to Evan Greenberg, chairman and chief executive officer, and John Keogh, president and chief operating officer.

Topics Cyber Willis Towers Watson Chubb

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