Crum & Forster has expanded its eRisk team with the addition of Cassie Quaranta as an executive underwriter in the Northeast Region and Vlad Borovskyi as an underwriter in the Southeast Region. Quaranta and Borovskyi will focus on underwriting cyber insurance, technology errors & omissions and miscellaneous professional liability (MPL) coverages.
Quaranta joins Crum & Forster from Hiscox, where she held cyber & technology underwriting positions and developed business throughout the Northeast Region. Quaranta is based in Crum & Forster’s Jersey City, N.J., office.
Borovskyi comes to Crum & Forster from Beazley, where he underwrote and managed a book of specialty business primarily in the Southeast Region. Borovskyi is based in Crum & Forster’s Roswell, Ga., office.
Nick Economidis, Vice President of eRisk at Crum & Forster, said the two are part of the company’s regional expansion strategy, which is enabling it to meet the growing demand for coverage and provide service to its agents/brokers and customers across the U.S.
Crum & Forster’s eRisk unit offers its Simple Cyber insurance product and other specialty coverages. The Simple Cyber policy provides financial protection for first-party and third-party exposures, access to 24/7 Cyber Response services, and loss control resources to companies.
The eRisk unit is part of Crum & Forster’sExecutive Risk group, led by Leigh McMullan, which specializes in providing management liability, professional liability, cyber insurance, and fidelity & crime coverages.
Crum & Forster is a national property, casualty, accident & health and specialty insurance group, wholly owned by Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited. Founded in 1822, C&F conducts business through a network of independent agents, brokers and wholesalers, as well as an offshore captive facility, Crum & Forster Segregated Portfolio Company (SPC).
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