News06 Oct 2017

Chubb announces management appointments for its Life and General Insurance operations globally

| 06 Oct 2017

Chubb Limited has announced several management appointments for its general and life insurance operations across the world.

Mr Cunqiang Li has been named COO of Chubb Life, the company's international life insurance division.  Currently Chairman and CEO of Huatai Life, a joint venture between Chubb and the Huatai Insurance Group in China, Mr Li will be based in Hong Kong and will focus on leading the day-to-day operations of Chubb Life's Asian life insurance entities, in addition to continuing to provide governance oversight to the operations of Huatai Life.  He will report to Mr Russell Bundschuh, Senior Vice President, Chubb Group and President, Chubb Life.

Mr Kevin Goulding has been named President of Combined Insurance, the company's agency and worksite-based personal accident and supplemental health insurance company.  Currently Regional President, Asia Pacific, of Chubb Life, Mr Goulding will be responsible for all management aspects of this business, which has operations in the United States and Canada. He will be based in Chicago and will report to Mr Ed Clancy, Executive Vice President of Chubb Group, Global Accident & Health and Life.  

Mr Brad Bennett has been named Regional President of the company's Far East operations in Japan.  Currently Senior Vice President, Chubb Group and President, Combined Insurance, Mr. Bennett will be responsible for the management and business results for all general insurance operations including property and casualty, accident and health, and personal lines.  He will be based in Tokyo and will report to Mr Juan C. Andrade, Executive Vice President, Chubb Group and President, Overseas General Insurance. 

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