Gore Mutual reveals key arrivals amid growth plans

Gore Mutual reveals key arrivals amid growth plans | Insurance Business

Gore Mutual reveals key arrivals amid growth plans
Gore Mutual has appointed two executives as part of its plan to further its growth.

Paul Jackson has been appointed chief marketing and distribution officer, while Stephen Imrie was brought in to serve as vice-president of underwriting. Both will report to Gore Mutual president and CEO Heidi Sevcik.

Jackson joined Gore Mutual in 2014. A release said that his leadership has “helped the company reposition itself as a leading mid-sized modern mutual insurer.”

Imrie has over 35 years of underwriting and risk management expertise. He will oversee Gore Mutual’s personal and commercial insurance operations.

“The caliber of leadership at Gore Mutual has never been stronger, and we are strengthening talent at all levels of our organization,” Sevcik commented. “Paul’s vision and in-depth understanding of the P&C landscape along with Stephen’s extensive technical experience will be invaluable as we continue to develop the next generation of leaders for our company.”

“Our business is experiencing an extraordinary period of growth in partnership with brokers across Canada,” added Jackson. “We’ve established strong new capabilities and re-energized our brand and our value proposition. I’m very excited by this new opportunity and the remarkable path we’re on going forward.”

Jackson’s appointment is effectively immediately. Imrie will join the company on February 20.


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