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XL Group’s Bermuda Insurance Operations today announced the appointmentof Rebecca Dupré as Senior Vice President, Underwriting Manager, ExcessCasualty.

Ms. Dupré, who has 25 years of Excess Casualty underwriting andoperations experience, reports to Chief Excess Casualty Underwriter CarlaGreaves. Her responsibilities include overseeing the management and developmentof XL Group’s Bermuda insurance general liability portfolio while strengtheningrelationships with brokers, existing and potential clients.

Ms. Dupré’s career has entailed progressively senior roles at severalinsurance companies, including Aetna Casualty and Surety Company in Hartford,Connecticut, TIG Insurance Company and Reliance National Insurance Company in NewYork. Prior to joining XL, she was Senior Vice President, Casualty Underwritingat Chartis Cat Excess Liability International Limited, Bermuda (formerly AIGStarr Excess).

Commenting on Ms. Dupré’s appointment, Ms. Greaves said: “We are pleasedto have Rebecca join XL. Her wealth of industry experience, well-established relationshipswith clients and brokers, and her strong operations and process managementskills, will enhance the Excess Casualty team and allows us to provide greatervalue to the Bermuda market.”

Ms. Dupré holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor ofScience Degree in Marketing from the University of New Orleans in Louisiana.

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