Ecclesiastical has appointed Warren Hutcheon as chief executive of its Australian business Ansvar.
Lloyd’s insurer Advent has appointed Gary Cooke as a cargo underwriter in its marine division.
Ace Life, the global life insurance division of Ace Group, has appointed Graeme Pearson as regional chief partnership officer in Asia-Pacific.
Covéa has appointed two Zurich employees as key account managers in its personal lines distribution team.
Allianz Engineering has appointed Claire White to engineering underwriting account manager.
Law firm Kennedys has appointed insurance and capital markets expert Michael Skrbic as a partner in its London office.
Barbican has named Chaucer global head of energy as the underwriting manager of its own energy division.
After 11 years Neil Thomas has moved from Willis' energy and property claims team to become head of claims, Asia at the international broker.
Direct Line Group has recruited RSA Scandinavia chief executive Mike Holliday-Williams to replace outgoing UK personal lines managing director Tom Woolgrove.
Post takes a look at who has moved where in the insurance industry this week.
Aon Benfield has promoted Alejandro Galizia to chief executive officer for the Latin America region.
Incisive Media, publisher of Post has named Phil Davison, as group publishing director of its insurance division.
Capita Insurance Services has appointed Colin Grint as chief executive of its corporate insurance business.
Cigna Insurance Services Europe has appointed Susan Stevenson as its chief executive.
Parabis Law has appointed three insurance law specialists from Mills & Reeve as partners.
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty has appointed Simon Hudson as senior marine liability underwriter.
Axa has appointed Ian Bromfield as Bristol branch manager as part of plans to establish the operation as a full underwriting branch
McLarens owned specialist adjuster Airclaims has expanded its Latin American operations with the launch of a second office in Brazil alongside expansions in Mexico, Peru and Ecuador.
All the movers and shakers in recruitment in the insurance industry this week.
Dylan Bryant is being touted as the frontrunner to become Lloyd's general representative in Hong Kong after leaving his role as regional head of IPZ customer, distribution and marketing, Asia-Pacific, Zurich.
UK personal lines managing director Tom Woolgrove is to leave Direct Line Group, and will be replaced by RSA Scandinavia chief executive Mike Holliday-Williams.
AIA has appointed Mark Saunders as group head of strategy and corporate development and a member of the AIA group executive committee.
Neil Ventris is to return to Argent Liability Adjusters parent Parabis for an unspecified role less than a year after leaving the business, Post can reveal.
Peter Holce has moved from Aviva in the UK to work for Zurich's Asia-Pacific claims team based in Kuala Lumpur.