Kristian P. Moor, president and CEO of Chartis, speaks to AA&B
Moor speaks to AA&B exclusively about the future of the unit and the role of its distribution force in attaining its goals.
By Laura Mazzuca Toops, Broker Editor|August 11, 2009 at 08:00 PM
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Moor: Brokers will continue to be a critical part of our distribution strategies. We have always maintained strong relationships with brokers and I don’t foresee any changes to how we build and maintain those relationships. Brokers are important intermediaries who play a vital role in helping the customers purchase coverage and helping the carrier to better understand the needs of the customer. They are often in the best position to evaluate our products and services relative to others in the industry and, as such, they are critical advocates for our superior ability to help clients manage risk.
Many of our brokers provided invaluable input to our rebranding process. They are excited about the new Chartis name because it and the formation of the special purpose vehicle (SPV) distinguish who we are, what we can do for brokers and clients, and how stable and financially strong we continue to be. We will continue to be guided by what has made us a success over the past 90 years: our global leadership position in property-casualty and general insurance with the largest geographic footprint of anyone, a breadth of product that is unrivalled, a broad risk appetite, experienced underwriting and claims service professionals and industry-leading financial strength.
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