Steve Kennedy Re-joins Allianz from Zurich North America

By George Backwell
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Steve Kennedy: Photo AGCS

Allianz Group’s specialist corporate insurer, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS), announce the appointment of Steve Kennedy as Head of Corporate Property and Inland Marine Claims, replacing Tony Clark who retired at the end of January 2014. Kennedy will manage a team of 18 professionals managing Property, Energy, and Engineering as well as Inland Marine claims for AGCS’s multinational clients.

AGCS inform that Kennedy brings over 23 years of experience handling commercial property claims and over 14 years managing and training claims professionals. Kennedy joins Allianz from Zurich North America where he was Assistant Vice President. He previously served at Allianz from 1998 through 2010 in a variety of senior management positions.

“We are delighted to welcome Steve back to Allianz and are excited about the extensive claims and managerial experience he brings to the team,” said Terry Campbell, Regional Head of Claims at Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty.  “Steve’s extensive experience negotiating, mediating and arbitrating complex settlements both in the U.S. and internationally is a wonderful addition to our growing practice.”
 
Based in Chicago, Kennedy earned a B.A. in History from California State University, Fullerton College and is a Senior Claims Law Associate.
 
About the Company
AGCS is the Allianz Group's dedicated carrier for corporate and specialty insurance business. AGCS provides insurance and risk consultancy across the whole spectrum of specialty, alternative risk transfer and corporate business: Marine, Aviation (incl. Space), Energy, Engineering, Financial Lines (incl. D&O), Liability and Property insurance (incl. International Insurance Programs).

 

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