XL Appoints Regional Vice President in New York

MarineLink.com
Monday, June 24, 2013

XL Group added marine underwriting expertise with the addition of John E. Ellis as Regional Vice President in its North America Marine business in New York.

In his new role at XL Group, John will be responsible for managing and building XL Group’s Marine Cargo, Primary and Excess Marine Liability, Inland Marine, and Blue Water and Brown Water Hull business throughout the Northeast.

John joins XL Group from International Marine Underwriters/One Beacon where he held the position of regional vice president and was responsible for building a profitable book of business in the Atlantic Region. John’s 25-year marine underwriting career also included positions with Royal & Sun Alliance and Global Special Risks, Inc.

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