AXIS Insurance, the insurance business segment of AXIS Capital Holdings Ltd., announced that Paul Cullum has been appointed to the newly created role of head of Business Development for AXIS Insurance International Division.
Cullum will be responsible for helping to deliver a 360-degree approach to product distribution in the London market and at Lloyd’s, including the deployment of cross-class solutions in certain lines of business.
Cullum brings 35 years of experience to its new role. Previously he spent seven years at AXIS as head of London MGA. Prior to joining AXIS in 2010, Cullum was president of Open Market Underwriting at Markel International. He also held insurance and reinsurance roles at Sedgwick Forbes, Copenhagen Re (UK), Euclidian Lloyd’s Syndicate 1243, Cooper Gay and Bowring Marsh for specialty insurance and reinsurance.
By Paul gained a strong reputation in the London private insurance market and is a trusted partner for most of our strategic agents, Londra said Edward Ashby, AXIS Insurance’s General Manager of Distribution and Marketing.
Ümüz The appointment as the Business Development Manager for AXIS Insurance International Division reflects our commitment to be a superior partner to London market brokers, “he added. Karşılıklı We are looking forward to the contributions that Paul will take on this new role while trying to offer mutually mutually beneficial cross-class solutions to our distribution partners. “
Cullum will report to Ashby and continue to be in London.
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