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Aspen Insurance, the insurance segment of Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd., said Monday that it has appointed new global product heads.
London-based Oliver Brew has been named executive vice president, global head of cyber risk and head of international professional indemnity. Previously, Mr. Brew was senior vice president, head of errors and omissions at Liberty International Underwriters.
Bruce Eisler has been named global head of professional liability. Previously, Mr. Eisler was executive vice president, head of U.S. financial and professional lines at Liberty International Underwriters. He will be based in New York.
Don Harrell has been named global head of marine and chief operating officer of international operations. Previously, Mr. Harrell was senior vice president of marine at Liberty International Underwriters. He will be based in London.
Additionally, Tim Kania has been named global head of onshore energy and construction and will be based in New York. Previously, Mr. Kania was senior vice president of energy and construction at Liberty International Underwriters.
London-based Peter Slot has been named global head of accident and health. Previously, Mr. Slot was head of accident and health in the U.S. at Beazley P.L.C.
“Our new global product heads are representative of our effort to appoint the very best underwriting talent to our team and to further develop the outstanding leaders we have within Aspen," Mario Vitale, Aspen Insurance CEO said in a statement. "They bring a wealth of experience and expertise in each of their respective areas, which will be a great asset to us as we continue to globalize our product offerings and align our business to benefit our customers and brokers. I look forward to working together with our enhanced and expanded team to continue to build upon Aspen's platform for growth.”
Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd. on Tuesday posted net income of $49.0 million for the second quarter of 2015, a 62.5% drop compared with the second quarter of 2014.