Ironshore Inc. announces the retirement of industry veteran Joseph L. Boren as of year-end 2017. Mr. Boren’s role as President of U.S. Field Operations will be assumed by David R. Frediani, currently President of Ironshore International and Head of Regional Distribution.
Ironshore is pleased to announce the appointments of three executives to underwrite Specialty Casualty risk in U.S. and London markets. Iron-Excess, the excess underwriting unit of Ironshore Insurance Services LLC formed in September 2017, has named Sonny Powers to lead the Iron-Excess Casualty unit in the U.S. Owen Roddy and Oliver Ross will drive business growth for the Iron-Excess Casualty unit in the London market. They will report to Steve Horton, Head of Iron-Excess.
Ironshore Inc. has named company executive Kristin D. McMahon, Esq. as Head of U.S. Claims, effective immediately. Prior to the appointment, Ms. McMahon served as Chief Claims Officer of IronHealth, the specialty healthcare unit, and more recently assumed underwriting oversight as President of IronHealth’s liability and regulatory lines. In the new role, she will be responsible for claims management oversight and litigation management services for all Ironshore specialty business lines within the U.S., including health, reporting to Mike Mitrovic, Head of Global Claims for Ironshore Inc.
Ironshore Insurance Ltd., Singapore Branch, announces increase in capacity for Political Risk business lines within the Political Risk & Trade Credit unit. Available capacity now stands at $50 million (USD), an increase from $15 million (USD), effective immediately. In addition, Ironshore is expanding its Political Risk & Trade Credit team in Singapore with the appointment of Sam Lim to serve as Underwriter, Political Risk & Trade Credit, Asia Pacific, reporting to Boo Hui Yun, Managing Director, Ironshore Asia Pacific. Mr. Lim joins Ironshore from AIG.
Gillian Barnes learned the value of hard work early in her insurance career.
Ms. Barnes, London-based head of claims for Ironshore International, a unit of Ironshore Inc., came to the industry in 1986 as an accident claims correspondence clerk for Municipal Mutual Insurance Co. after having studied law at university.
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Ironshore distinguishes itself in the industry by closely aligning our claim professionals with members of the underwriting, actuarial and finance teams. This is our way of ensuring that the people who make the promises, keep the promises and that our policyholder claims are handled in a professional and expeditious manner.
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