XL Insurance Appoints Diann O. Jones to Atlanta-Based Business Development Position
New York, New York - October 16, 2008
NEW YORK, October 16, 2008 – XL Insurance, XL Capital Ltd’s global insurance operations, today announced the appointment of Diann O. Jones to business development director for the Southeast region. Ms. Jones will be based in Atlanta, reporting to XL Insurance’s Regional Executive Gary Bakalar.Mr. Bakalar said: “We’re fortunate to have someone with Diann’s underwriting knowledge and market experience step into this newly created position and assist brokers in the region. Her comprehensive understanding of property and casualty as well as specialty insurance coverages aligns very well with XL Insurance’s portfolio of coverages.”“XL Insurance’s reputation and business continues to grow in the US,” he added. “This growth is fueled by professionals like Diann who are committed to developing productive working relationships with brokers to help their clients access quality service and coverage.”Ms. Jones joins XL Insurance from Maxum Specialty Insurance Company where she was responsible for overall marketing and sales strategy and led the company’s research and development of new products and services. Her professional career includes various underwriting, marketing and business development positions with the St. Paul’s Companies, Chubb, and CNA Insurance. A graduate of the University of Michigan, she holds a Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation.About XL Insurance"XL Insurance" is the global brand used by member insurers of the XL Capital Ltd (NYSE: XL) group of companies. More information about XL Insurance is available at http://www.xlinsurance.com. Through its operating subsidiaries, XL Capital Ltd is a leading provider of global insurance and reinsurance coverage and services to industrial, commercial and professional service firms, insurance companies, and other enterprises on a worldwide basis. More information about XL Capital Ltd is available at www.xlgroup.com.
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