Marine Insurance: Continental Introduce New Marketing Director

MaritimeProfessional.com
Thursday, July 11, 2013

Continental Underwriters , Ltd., a subsidiary of Fidelis Group Holdings, LLC, a leading international provider for all classes of marine insurance coverages, announces that Ed Arbour III, has been appointed the Company's Director of Marketing.

In this role, Arbour will join Teddy Boone and Elder Brown III in the execution of strategic marketing initiatives. Arbour has more than 35 years in insurance finance, marketing and production involving commercial property, casualty and marine insurance management.

"Ed Arbour is a well-known and respected industry professional," said H. Elder Brown, Jr., Chairman of Fidelis Group Holdings, LLC. "His working knowledge of the insurance industry, clients, agents, brokers and the finance world will complement Fidelis in its expansion into other lines of business. Using his excellent people and insurance skills is a key factor in having him represent our insurance companies and will enhance a deeper market penetration for marine and other classes of insurance we plan on entering in the near term."

Some of his accomplishments include four Awards for Excellence in Sales. Arbour is responsible for $60 to $80 million in annual revenues for multiple years. His background includes experience in risk concentration for areas such as shipbuilding and repair, steel fabrication, drilling contractors, refineries, oil and gas exploration and commercial diving.

Arbour is a native of Louisiana who holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola University. He recently joined the Continental Underwriters team at their Louisiana headquarters.

Headquartered in Louisiana, Fidelis Group Holdings, LLC, is a leading provider of primary and excess marine insurance for physical damage and liability (P&I) coverages for vessel owners, ship builders, terminal operators, fleet operators, stevedores, cargo handlers and inland marine, as well as coverage for marine contractors.

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