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May 2020

TeamWorks
The Pulse of the Partnership

A Message from David McElroy, President and Chief Executive Officer of North America General Insurance

AIG is taking action in response to the COVID-19 crisis addressing the safety and health of our colleagues and preserving business continuity and the quality of technical expertise and service that defines our company. 

We recognize the challenges you and our mutual clients are facing today. Our commitment and dedication to you remain the same. 

AIG is well positioned to help you solve your clients' insurance needs and deliver on our claims promise. With the support of Francie Starnes, WBN Board and HQ team, we are pleased to provide this first edition of Teamworks as a resource .

Best regards,

David McElroy
President and Chief Executive Officer
North America General Insurance

 

Retail Property Update

AIG is dedicated to being the property underwriter of choice for your domestic and global middle market (SME) and risk management accounts. 

Up to $1B may be deployed on a shared, layered or 100% basis in primary/excess positions on the right accounts. The deployment of capacity, size and positioning thereof will depend on the risk quality, occupancy hazards, client commitment to risk management principles, data completeness/quality and loss experience of each account. 

We are at the forefront of addressing key issues for insureds. Most recently, we were one of the first insurance carriers to implement affirmative cyber underwriting strategies globally.  Our retail property insureds can purchase or exclude coverage expressly for physical and/or non-physical cyber-related losses—and achieve vital coverage certainty. We will continue to lead in underwriting by addressing topical issues affecting buyers. 

With clear and consistent risk appetites worldwide, we are committed to delivering differentiated value to our brokers and insureds by providing open communication, coverage flexibility, claims and engineering excellence and multinational services.

To learn more, download our new property marketing collateral.

We encourage you to communicate with your teams that AIG is committed to providing a consistent risk appetite, visit our U.S. risk appetite website at www.aig.com\usriskappetite.

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AIG Organizational Announcements 





Jon Hancock
Chief Executive Officer,
International General Insurance

Jon was recently appointed CEO, International General Insurance and will join AIG in late Spring. Jon will lead the company’s international operations with responsibility for our international businesses. Prior to AIG, Jon was at Lloyd's where he served as Director of Performance Management.

Chris Flatt
President and Chief Executive Officer,
Glatfelter Insurance Group

Chris in his new appointment will continue to lead AIG Programs and AIG Captive Solutions. Chris has 30 years of experience and joined AIG in 2017 as Executive Vice President of AIG Risk Management.

 

Nina Corbo
Head of Field Operations,
Primary and Multinational Casualty

Nina joined AIG’s New York office in September and is responsible for primary and multinational casualty field operations. Prior to AIG, Nina was Senior Vice President, Head of US Risk Management, at XL Caitlin and held a number of leadership positions at AXA XL and ACE Risk Management.

Ryan Morris
Head of Excess Casualty,
Western Zone 

Ryan rejoined AIG in December and is based in our Chicago office. He leads AIG’s Excess Casualty business for its Western Zone. Most recently, Ryan held a number of roles of increasing responsibility at Ironshore, Navigators and Hartford, where he served as Vice President of North Central Umbrella/Excess Manager.

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Did you know that AIGRM has been a leader in the National Account space for more than 40 years and has pioneered solutions to address complex or difficult to insure risks such as bespoke loss sensitive structures, global fronted and captive programs, blended or alternative solutions and unique collateral alternatives? AIGRM stands ready to assist you and your clients. Contact Gary Shertenlieb, Distribution and Client Engagement, AIGRM to learn more.  

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Your AIG Team

Our U.S. Field structure, led by our regional Zone Presidents, is the cornerstone of how we deliver our products and services to our brokers and clients. They are here to ensure we have an effective trading relationship with you. The team is reaching out regularly to your local offices and welcome your inquiries.    

View our U.S. Zone map and key contacts

Please feel free to share this newsletter within your organization.

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American International Group, Inc. (AIG) is a leading global insurance organization. AIG member companies provide a wide range of property casualty insurance, life insurance, retirement solutions, and other financial services to customers in more than 80 countries and jurisdictions. These diverse offerings include products and services that help businesses and individuals protect their assets, manage risks and provide for retirement security. AIG common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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