NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
Arch Insurance (Arch) today announced that Jamie Landsman has joined the Company as Vice President, Product Innovation and Strategy for the Accident & Health (A&H) business unit. Landsman brings over 20 years of experience in A&H and will report to Jim Villa, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Distribution.
“Jamie brings a wealth of product, distribution and innovation knowledge to Arch at a time of great opportunity,” said Villa. “His industry expertise in an array of roles and proven track record in A&H will help us build on our ongoing marketplace success.”
Landsman has a long history of success in A&H. Prior to joining Arch, he held a variety of roles at Chubb, most recently Senior Vice President, responsible for leadership of their Affinity Markets profit center Including A&H insurtech partnerships and digital innovation.
“I’m excited at the opportunity to help Arch continue the expansion of its growing A&H portfolio. Arch Insurance has a demonstrated history of leadership in product and distribution innovation,” said Landsman. “I look forward to supporting the company’s continued growth and success.”
About Arch Insurance North America
Arch Insurance North America, part of Arch Capital Group Ltd., includes Arch’s insurance operations in the United States and Canada.
About Arch Capital Group Ltd.
Arch Capital Group Ltd., a publicly listed Bermuda exempted company with approximately $16.7 billion in capital at June 30, 2021, provides insurance, reinsurance and mortgage insurance on a worldwide basis through its wholly owned subsidiaries.
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Arch Insurance Company
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