Ciara Brady joins AIG as Chief Underwriting Officer, International Casualty
American International Group, Inc. has announced that Ciara Brady has joined the company as Chief Underwriting Officer, International Casualty, effective September 1, 2021.
In this role Ms. Brady leads the overall strategic direction and objectives for International Casualty Underwriting, collaborating with Claims, Actuarial and other functions to enhance AIG’s underwriting strategy.
Ms. Brady is based in Zurich and reports to Lex Baugh, Global Chief Underwriting Officer, Casualty and Financial Lines, and Jon Hancock, CEO, International General Insurance. She succeeds Patrick Mailloux, who has retired from AIG.
In a joint comment about the appointment, Messrs. Baugh and Hancock stated: “Ciara is an exceptional leader and brings tremendous casualty underwriting experience to the team. We look forward to her expertise as we deliver value and an enhanced customer experience around the world.”
Ms. Brady joins AIG from Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty in Zurich, where she served as Global Head of Liability since 2019, driving the strategic direction of the company’s global casualty business and leading a team of 250 underwriters globally. Prior to Allianz, Ms. Brady worked for Swiss Re in Zurich and Toronto for 15 years, serving in several leadership positions, including as Head of Casualty Underwriting Operations. Ms. Brady started her career as an underwriter at Chubb.
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