Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. announced Wednesday that Doug Elliot, the company’s longtime CEO, will retire effective Dec. 31 and will restructure its leadership.
Effective November 1, A. Morris “Mo” Tooker, currently head of mid-sized and large commercial businesses, will add responsibility for global specialty and sales and distribution in an expanded role, reporting directly to The Hartford’s chairman and CEO Christopher Swift, says the company. .
Stephanie Bush, head of small commercial and personal lines, and Ross Fisher, global chief underwriting officer, will also report to Mr. Swift, the Hartford, Connecticut-based insurer said.
Bush will retain his existing role and Mr. Fisher will continue to lead company-wide insurance, global reinsurance, risk engineering and Internet of Things operations, The Hartford said.
Mr. Elliot was named president of The Hartford in July 2014 and oversaw the integration of The Navigators Group Inc., the global specialty insurer it acquired in 2019. He joined the company in April 2011 as president of commercial markets.