AXA XL announced that Paul Greensmith has been appointed CEO of legal entities: Catlin Underwriting Agencies Ltd. and XL Catlin Insurance Co. UK Ltd., subject to regulatory approvals. He replaces Paul Jardine, who, as previously announced, will be leaving XL Catlin later this year.
In this role, Greensmith will be responsible for developing and implementing the strategy for the UK’s UK units, and in particular for maintaining effective operations by ensuring that regulatory responsibilities are fulfilled. In addition, Greensmith will act as the regional leader, UK, in project mode. In this role, he is assigned to help identify the activities of the AXA XL in the United Kingdom.
Greensmith began his career in 1997 as a property writer in the field of multinational programs at RSA. In 2001, he started working as a group strategy manager. In 2003, he served as director of the Strategy and Planning Department at Lloyd’s. He first played an important role in Lloyd’s creation of a franchise business plan and in his strategic review of 2004. Lloyd’s market.
Greensmith rejoined RSA in 2005 as the strategy and marketing director for the UK Commercial division before he began managing the Multinational & Specialty Lines division. During this period, he was also responsible for the Global Network and the UK risk engineering community. . Greensmith joined Catlin in 2014 as chief support officer for Catlin’s London Underwriting Hub. Following the acquisition of Catlin Group Limited by XL Group, Greensmith was Britain’s country leader and in January 2017 he was appointed to London Market Wholesale Manager.
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