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American International Group Inc. has named Jamie Miller to be North America property chief underwriting officer, general insurance, effective June 25, AIG said in a statement Monday.
Mr. Miller joins AIG from Swiss Re, where he was managing director, North America property and risk specialty lines since 2007. Previously, he was XL Catlin’s chief property underwriter for the Americas.
Mr. Miller will oversee strategy for North America general insurance property underwriting and lead on policy, guidelines and governance, working with AIG’s property leadership across regions, as well as with reinsurance, claims, actuarial and other AIG teams, the statement said.
He will report to Tom Bolt, chief underwriting officer, general insurance, and to Lex Baugh, CEO of North America general insurance.
“His capabilities and understanding of the industry will be key to strengthening our property portfolio, a cornerstone of the general insurance business,” Mr. Baugh said in the statement.
“Jamie deeply understands the opportunities and risks in the property space like few in the industry do,” Mr. Bolt said in the statement.
American International Group Inc. on Thursday said it has named Naohiro Mouri as executive vice president and chief auditor, and Donna DeMaio as global chief operating officer for general insurance.