Everest Insurance Adds 4 Underwriters to E&S Casualty Excess Group
Everest Insurance has added four underwriters within its Excess & Surplus Casualty Excess group. The new members of the group include:
Kelly Doyle, who joins Everest as a senior underwriter based in the company’s Chicago office. Most recently, Doyle worked at Allianz Global and Corporate Specialty as a corporate accounts liability underwriting specialist. Prior to Allianz, Doyle worked as a senior underwriter at StarStone/ Enstar Group in Chicago and held underwriting positions at Markel Corp., AonBenfield, Willis Towers Watson and THB Intermediaries.
Christopher Marino joins Everest as a senior underwriter, and will spend time in both the company’s New Jersey and New York City offices. Marino most recently worked as an excess casualty underwriter at Crum & Forster. Previously, he spent 10 years at American International Group.
Mark Thompson joins Everest as an underwriter based in Los Angeles. Most recently, he worked as an account executive at CoverX Specialty, underwriting excess and specialty insurance accounts. Previously, he worked as a commercial underwriter for Crum & Forster. He also served as president of the Underwriters Association of Hawaii Board in 2018.
Sean McPhillips joins Everest as an associate underwriter, based in New York City. He most recently worked at RT Specialty as a broker assistant.
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