Andrew Robinson has been named chief executive officer at Houston International Insurance Group Ltd. (HIIG).
Robinson takes over from HIIG’s founder and outgoing CEO, Stephen L. Way, who has resigned as chairman of the board but will continue to serve as a director of the company.
Robinson is a highly experienced and successful global insurance executive with a 30-plus year track record of growth, financial improvement and strategic and operational leadership working globally in the insurance industry and in management and strategic consulting.
His career includes 10 years with The Hanover Insurance Group Inc., where he was president of Specialty Insurance, executive vice president of Corporate Development and chief risk officer, and subsequently at Crawford & Co. where he was global chief operating officer and executive vice-president.
While at Hanover, his responsibilities included all aspects of the company’s U.S. specialty businesses, including profit and loss and strategic and operational oversight. He was also responsible for acquisitions, divestitures, business integration, and enterprise risk management for the broader enterprise.
Prior to his time at Hanover, he was the managing partner of Global Insurance at Diamond (now PWC) Consulting, and most recently as executive in residence and senior advisor at Oak HC/FT.
HIIG is an insurance holding company formed in 2007. Based in Houston, Texas, HIIG has underwriting segments focused on Accident & Health, Commercial, Excess & Surplus Lines and Specialty. HIIG’s subsidiary insurance companies are Houston Specialty Insurance Company; Imperium Insurance Company; Great Midwest Insurance Company; Oklahoma Specialty Insurance Company; and Boston Indemnity Company Inc.
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