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People on the move in the P&C insurance industry: March 11, 2016

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New York City-based global insurance brokerage and risk management firm Integro Insurance Brokers Holdings Ltd. said it has added Anne Marie Davine and Richard May to its professional services firms practice. Davine joins Integro from Marsh where she served as U.S. law firm practice leader. May comes to Integro from Marsh where he was the Errors and Omissions placement leader.

London-based specialist lines underwriting agency CFC Underwriting said it has hired Matt Taylor as head of emerging risk. Taylor will also be appointed to the board of directors, subject to approval by the Financial Conduct Authority. He joins from Montpelier at Lloyd’s where he was an underwriter and head of non-marine. 

Dublin-based insurance and reinsurance giant XL Catlin said it has promoted Nick Greggains to chief executive officer of its Canadian insurance operations from director of underwriting for XL Catlin’s U.S. operations. He joined XL in 2003, and then joined Catlin in 2007. XL acquired Catlin in 2015.

New York City-based Liberty International Underwriters said it has promoted Simon White to senior vice president of its privacy, professional and technology product line from vice president. He joined Liberty in 2014.

Washington, D.C.-based property and casualty insurance trade organization American Insurance Association said Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. Chairman and CEO Christopher J. Swift has begun his one-year term as chairman of its board of directors. Swift succeeds Michael S. McGavick, CEO of XL Group PLC.

Gibraltar-based reinsurance technology company QuanTemplate Technologies Ltd. said it has appointed Imtyaz Vakil finance director. He joins from Hiscox, where he was technical accountant of group finance.

New York City-based insurance broker Marsh LLC has appointed John Q. Doyle president, effective April 15. He most recently was chief executive officer for American International Group Inc.’s commercial insurance business.

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