WQIS Strengthens Underwriting Department

MarineLink.com
Thursday, April 18, 2013

John Moy has joined the team at Water Quality Insurance Syndicate as Vice President of Underwriting. John will lead the WQIS underwriting department.

John came to WQIS from Crum & Forster where he served as the Vice President of United States Fire Insurance Company for the past five years. Previous to his tenure there, he was the Regional Underwriting Manager at XL America, working in marine and offshore energy insurance. With a Bachelors of Science in Marine Transportation from Kings Point, Moy started his career as a naval architect before becoming a marine liability insurance underwriter. He also honorably served as a Lieutenant Commander in  the US Naval Reserve until 2012.

Along with John Moy, WQIS recently recruited new SVP, John Ryszetnyk to further strengthen a senior management team that is unparalleled in the industry. Their dedication to providing the most complete marine pollution liability insurance is manifested in each new team member that comes aboard.

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