Butler to head Chubb’s North America field operations


Property/casualty insurer Chubb, which has a significant presence on Bermuda, has appointed Gerard Butler as division president of its North America insurance field operations, and senior vice president of Chubb Group. He succeeds Harold Morrison who will retire at the end of the year.

Butler will have responsibility for the field organisation in North America, which includes 48 offices in the US and Canada. He will also be responsible for executing Chubb's North American business strategies locally.

Butler was previously the chief operating officer of Chubb’s North America field operations. Prior to the ACE acquisition of Chubb in January 2016, he served as executive vice president and US field territory operations manager for Chubb.

He will report to John Lupica, vice chairman, Chubb Group and president of North America major accounts and specialty insurance.

"Jerry's strong field management expertise, industry knowledge, and extensive leadership experience make him an ideal fit for this role," Lupica said. "I look forward to working with him as he takes on this strategically pivotal role in helping to continue meeting the multifaceted needs of our agent and broker partners."

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