People & Places
Colorado Casualty appoints regional VP: Colorado Casualty, a company of Liberty Mutual Agency Corp., promoted Michael Brewer to Denver regional vice president. Brewer is now responsible for overseeing underwriting, territory managers, agency specialists, customer service representatives and operational services in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. Prior, Brewer was vice president of marketing for Colorado Casualty.
People & Places, Continued
Allied World names P&C president: Lou Iglesias joined Allied World U.S., a part of Allied World Assurance Co. Holdings, as president of the P&C division, replacing Todd Germano—who will move to a global position. Iglesias will now be responsible for underwriting and servicing all program, property, environmental, inland marine, general and specialty casualty business. Prior, Iglesias was CEO for commercial casualty, among other positions, at American International Group (AIG).
FSU RMI program gets new name: Florida State University Dean Caryn Beck-Dudley announced that RMI program will now be called the Dr. William T. Hold/The National Alliance Program in Risk Management and Insurance, due to a donation by Hold (who is co-founder and president of The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research). The donation will also launch "The Risk Initiative," a campaign to develop FSU's risk-related academic programs.