Major insurer Chubb has appointed Willis
Tower Watson executive Graham Fulcher as the company’s new chief actuary for overseas general insurance.
Based in London, Fulcher will lead the actuary function across the firm’s international general insurance business, including reserving, pricing, portfolio management, planning, forecasting, financial reporting and compliance.
He will report to John Jones, overseas general insurance CFO, and Paul O’Connell, Chubb group vice president and chief actuary for global property and casualty.
Fulcher succeeds Michael Kessler, who has been appointed Chubb group vice president and chief reinsurance officer.
“We are delighted to welcome Graham back to our company,” said Juan Andrade, Chubb’s overseas general insurance president.
“Graham is an experienced manager with deep actuarial experience in both P&C and life insurance… We look forward to his contributions in helping us to continue growing our business profitably around the world,” Andrade added.
Fulcher re-joins the company from Willis
Towers Watson’s insurance consulting business, where he held a number of senior management roles. Most recently, he was the managing director of the broker’s UK and Irish practice that serves the P&C and life insurance sectors.
Fulcher was chief actuary of ACE
European Group from 2005 to 2008 and chief actuary of European operations at ACE
Tempest Re from 2002 to 2005.
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