Arch Insurance Group is a market-leading specialty insurer providing property, casualty and a wide range of specialty insurance for corporations, professional firms and financial institutions around the globe. From product development to policy servicing to claims payment, we are dedicated to providing our customers with superb coverage and service.
A subsidiary of Arch Capital Group Ltd., Arch Insurance employs disciplined underwriting and prudent risk selection across all types of business. We have offices in the United States, Canada, Bermuda, UK, Australia, and South Africa.
Arch Capital Group Ltd. is a Bermuda-based company which provides insurance, reinsurance and mortgage insurance on a worldwide basis through its wholly owned subsidiaries. Arch offers competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package. Additionally, Arch is committed to helping its associates create what’s next by providing access to a variety of programs supporting your professional development and a culture that encourages innovation, collaboration and professional growth. We seek talent that thinks innovatively, values collaboration and will go the extra mile to serve our customers and develop our company.
Provide management direction and leadership for the underwriting of the Commercial Property, using the distribution channel of E&S Wholesale brokers based in the South East Region.
The position includes:
Incumbent would be expected to have a BA or BS in either Finance, Business, Economics, Insurance, Engineering or a related field with a CPCU and or ASLI/AU desired.
Expected experience would be a minimum of 10 years of property underwriting, including a progression of management roles.
Required to have excellent knowledge and understanding of tools and systems pertinent to Commercial Property portfolio management.
Required to have demonstrated interpersonal and leadership skills as evidenced by experience in dealing with brokers, industry groups, and insureds.
Extensive network of relationships with regional commercial property brokers