Chubb Ltd. said Tuesday that Scott Meyer will succeed Bruce Kessler, who will retire at the end of the year, as senior vice president of the Chubb Group and division manager of Westchester, the company's wholesale and surplus and surplus insurance business.
Mr. Meyer, who is now Vice President, Chubb Group and Division Manager, North America's Financial Lines, will be succeeded by Steven Goldman.
As President of the Westchester Division, Mr. Meyer to have executive operational responsibility for the commercial real estate and non-life insurance industry serving the wholesale and surplus and surplus lines market in the United States and Canada through its brokerage, bond and software segments.
Mr. Kessler becomes Westchester's chairman. He will focus on important industry issues and strategic planning and act as Meyer's senior advisor during the transition, the insurer said in its statement.
In his new position, Mr. Goldman to have executive oversight of Chubb's management and professional liability business activities, which include public, private, non-profit and financial institution directors and officials coverage, transaction risk, errors and omissions and cyber products.
Mr. Goldman was previously Chief Financial Officer of Chubb Overseas General, the company's international insurance business. In this role, he oversaw Chubb's department of international financial lines, including responsibilities for board members and officials, financial institutions, errors and omissions, transaction risks and cyber companies.