Crum & Forster names new CFO for A&H division

Company stalwart promoted to new role

Crum & Forster names new CFO for A&H division

Life & Health

By Ryan Smith

Crum & Forster’s (C&F) Accident & Health Division has announced the appointment of Joseph Muccia (pictured above) as chief financial officer.

Muccia previously served as vice president of operations for the division. In that role, he oversaw the division’s program claims, auditing, accounting and reporting teams.

In his new role, Muccia will assume increased leadership in those areas while spearheading investment and acquisition opportunities for the division, C&F said in a news release.

“As the C&F Accident & Health Division continues to expand its captive business and capabilities, Joe will lead all financial-related duties pertaining to this diversified portfolio,” said Gary McGeddy, president of Crum & Forster Accident & Health. “Joe will hold a pivotal role in the continued success and growth of the A&H Division.”

Prior to joining C&F, Muccia worked at KPMG. He joined C&F in 2009 and became part of the Accident & Health division in 2016. He has played a key role in many of the division’s strategic initiatives, including the development of its captive company in the Cayman Islands, several acquisitions, and the sale of the pet operation.

“I am honored to assume the role of chief financial officer of Accident & Health and join the division’s senior leadership team,” Muccia said. “The division has a tremendous track record, and I look forward to contributing to its continued progress.”

In August, C&F announced the promotion of David Thomas to the position of senior vice president of surety claims. Earlier this year, the company was recognized for diversity and inclusion.

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