ACE has revealed the leadership team it intends to appoint for the company’s Canadian operations.
The leadership appointments will take effect upon completion of the acquisition of Chubb, which is expected in the first quarter of 2016.
As previously announced, Ellen Moore will serve as senior vice president (SVP), North America insurance, and regional executive officer, Canadian operations.
She will report to Harold Morrison, who will serve as SVP of the new Chubb Group and division president, field operations, for the North America insurance division.
Andy Hollenberg, currently country president of Canada at ACE, will report to Moore and serve as regional chief operating officer.
Chubb executives Paul Johnstone, Ana Robic will lead personal risk services and commercial insurance respectively.
ACE executives Terri Mitchell and Bobbie Goldie will lead accident, health and life insurance and major accounts respectively.
Cameron Rose will lead professional lines and support both the major accounts and commercial insurance divisions while Steve Lucas will lead marketing and business development.
Jean Bertrand will lead the Montreal branch, Michel Rousseau will lead the Calgary branch and Anne Barnes will lead the Vancouver.
Moore said: “Andy and I are excited about creating the new Chubb organisation in Canada that will provide our brokers and clients the best of two outstanding companies. The combination of our products, field presence and service offering will contribute to our leadership momentum in the Canadian market.”
Morrison added: “I am delighted to announce this remarkably strong team from both ACE and Chubb to lead our Canadian operations. These individuals are established leaders in their fields and well respected in the Canadian market. I have every confidence in their experience, commitment and ability to drive the success of our new organisation.”
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