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Chubb Ltd. has named Jason Neu to be senior vice president, professional risk, for Alpharetta, Georgia-based Westchester Surplus Lines Insurance Co., the excess and surplus lines insurance division of Chubb in North America, Chubb said in a statement Friday.
Mr. Neu will report to David Lupica, chief operating and distribution management officer of Westchester, the statement said.
He will lead the wholesale management and professional liability business, including directors and officers cover, errors and omissions, cyber, long-term care and allied medical products. The business is also part of Chubb's North America financial lines division headed by Scott Meyer, division president, financial lines, North America.
"Jason's strong underwriting experience, industry knowledge and extensive leadership experience makes him an ideal fit for this role," Mr. Lupica said in the statement.
Mr. Neu was most recently senior vice president, financial lines manager for Chubb Small Commercial Insurance.
He succeeds Joe Casey, who will become complex and strategic risk officer.
Mr. Casey will report to Mr. Meyer and will work closely with the North America financial lines chief underwriting officer to review and establish a consistent underwriting approach around large and complex accounts and emerging risks across Chubb's retail and wholesale operations in the United States, Bermuda and Canada, the statement said.
Mr. Casey will continue to collaborate with Mr. Neu on the strategic direction of the business, the statement added.
Chubb Ltd. said Friday that it is no longer participating in a National Rifle Association insurance program, a move hailed by a gun control advocacy group.