CNA Insurance News

Aligning Sales and Marketing to Go from ‘Just Dating’ to ‘Happily Married’

CNA’s Emily Hathcoat launched a sales and marketing therapy session that promised tabloid-worthy confessions. Here is how she set the stage: “If you were to give your marketing and sales teams a relationship score, what would it be? Is it …

Chubb’s Sandelands Joins CNA as Senior VP, Commercial Underwriting Services

CNA announced the appointment of Barbara Sandelands as senior vice president, Commercial Underwriting Services. In this newly created role, she is responsible for driving the overall strategic direction and general management of underwriting services. Sandelands reports to Julie Stephenson, Commercial …

CNA Names Aguinaga Chief Human Resources Officer

Chicago-based insurer CNA has appointed of Liz Aguinaga as senior vice president and chief human resources officer. She will be responsible for strategies and operations for global human resources across the entire CNA enterprise. Aguinaga joined CNA in 2010 as …

Chubb’s Stephenson Joins CNA Commercial as Chief Underwriting Officer

CNA has appointed Julie Stephenson as senior vice president and chief underwriting officer for CNA Commercial. In this role, Stephenson will be responsible for underwriting oversight and governance for all business written within Commercial. She will report to Kevin Leidwinger, …

CNA Names 2 Actuarial Vice Presidents

CNA Financial Corp. has appointed two new actuarial senior vice presidents. Mark Kaufman has been appointed senior vice president of Actuarial Pricing for Specialty Insurance. Kaufman will be responsible for the overall direction and general management of specialty pricing in …

CNA Said Looking to Sell Annuities Unit to Focus on P/C

CNA Financial Corp., the insurer controlled by Loews Corp., is looking to sell its payout annuities business to focus on property and casualty coverage, three people with knowledge of the matter said. CNA is working with Morgan Stanley to find …

Insurance Veteran Looks to Capitalize on Need for Experience

Looking back at the beginning of his career in the late 1960s, Steve Stonehouse recalls when there were no perpetuation issues and insurance was a much simpler industry. There were young agents aplenty. That was when he insurance companies hired …