Marshall & Sterling appoints new leadership team
Marshall & Sterling Enterprises, Inc. has appointed Eric Diamond as Chief Executive Officer. Prior to joining Marshall & Sterling in 2009, Diamond was President of JS Diamond Group, Inc. where he oversaw business development, administration and marketing. Most recently, he served as President of Marshall & Sterling’s Pension Fund for 12 years. Diamond also serves on the Board of Directors of Marshall & Sterling Enterprises.
Diamond replaces former President and CEO Tim Dean, who retired earlier this year after 14 years in that position and 37 years with Marshall & Sterling. Dean is now assuming the role of Chairman of the Board, replacing outgoing Chairman John O’Shea, who has been with Marshall & Sterling for over 67 years.
O’Shea joined Marshall & Sterling in 1955 and served as the company’s President and CEO from 1980-005. O’Shea will continue to advise Marshall & Sterling’s leadership as “Chairman Emeritus” and will chair the company’s charitable committee, which he helped set up a number of years ago.
Jim Dahoney, currently the company’s senior vice president and chief information officer, has been promoted to chief operating officer. Dahoney has been with Marshall & Sterling for 32 years.
Marshall & Sterling is headquartered in Poughkeepsie, New York with offices in New York, California, Michigan, Florida, Virginia and the US Virgin Islands.
Trium Cyber Appoints Industry Veteran Rock Chief Claims Officer
Trium Cyber, a Lloyd’s of London cyber insurance specialist, has appointed David Rock as Chief Claims Officer of its US-based services company. Rock and the Trium management team are based in the United States, focused on serving the US market and headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Rock will oversee Trium Cyber’s claims practice and guide clients through complex first and third party matters.
Rock joins Trium from Allied World, where he most recently served as North American head of cyber and E&O claims. In addition to creating and managing Allied World’s cyber response practice, he had extensive oversight of all professional line of business claims.
Nexus Underwriting US announces Darlea as an AVP product recall for the US Specialty Casualty Division
Specialty Managing General Agent Nexus Underwriting has appointed Justin Darlea as Associate Vice President of Product Recalls in its Specialty Casualty business. The company is headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey.
Darlea joins Nexus Underwriting US from Starr Insurance Companies, where he served as regional underwriting manager and crisis management, overseeing a significant portfolio for the past five years. Previously, Darlea was a product recall broker at Marsh & McLennan Companies and an underwriting assistant at Morstan General Agency. He started his insurance career at Munich Re America.
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