Chubb makes two senior leadership changes

Appointments made in connection to newly created role as part of insurer’s China-focused strategy

Chubb makes two senior leadership changes

Insurance News

By Gabriel Olano

International insurer Chubb has announced two changes in its senior leadership team.

Jeff Moghrabi, division president for continental Europe, has been appointed to the newly-created role of senior vice president for strategic partnerships of Chubb Overseas General. Succeeding Moghrabi in his vacated position is Adam Clifford, current country president for Singapore, effective March 01 pending regulatory approval.

Moghrabi’s move follows the strategic cooperation agreement between Chubb and PICC Property & Casualty Company of China which was announced in November 2017. In his new role, he will be in charge of utilising Chubb’s global capabilities to support PICC’s customers and other Chinese-affiliated companies around the world in line with the Chinese government’s “Going Out” and Belt and Road initiatives. He will report to Juan Andrade, executive vice president, Chubb Group and president, overseas general insurance, Chubb.

With over 30 years of industry experience, Moghrabi joined Chubb in 2003 as country president for Italy. He also served as country president for France, before taking on other responsibilities in continental Europe.

Meanwhile, Clifford is currently country president for Singapore and previously regional head of casualty for Asia-Pacific. Before he joined Chubb (then known as ACE) in 2014, he held senior underwriting positions with two multinational insurers within the Asia-Pacific region and also worked in the insurance industry in the UK and Europe for a decade.

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