Company Overview of Munich Reinsurance America, Inc.
Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. provides property and casualty reinsurance services. The company’s treaty and facultative reinsurance solutions include auto and general liability, agricultural, inland and ocean marine, professional liability, and worker’s compensation. Additionally, it offers insurance services for manufactured homes, dwellings, boats, motorcycles, collector cars, and recreational vehicles. The company also provides risk sharing and risk management, risk transfer, inspection, and engineering consulting services. Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. was formerly known as American Re-Insurance Company and changed its name to Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. September, 2006. The c...
555 College Road East
P.O. Box 5241
Princeton, NJ 08543
Founded in 1917
Key Executives for Munich Reinsurance America, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President, Director, Chief Executive Officer of HSB Group Inc and President of HSB Group Inc
Director and President of Reinsurance Division
President of National and Broker Clients
Member of US P&C Executive Board and President of Specialty Markets
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. Key Developments
Munich Re, US (Life) Announces Management Changes
Jan 12 16
Munich Re, US (Life) announced the retirement of Mark Skillan, M.D., DABIM, vice president and chief medical director, after 31 years of service to the company and the life insurance industry. Gina C. Guzman, M.D., DABIM, FLMI, FALU, will be stepping into the role of vice president and chief medical director for Munich Re, US (Life), effective immediately. Dr. Guzman is board certified in Internal Medicine and Insurance Medicine. She served as president of the American Academy of Insurance Medicine (AAIM) in 2013 and remains actively involved on the Executive Council. She currently serves on the Board of Insurance Medicine, the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) Medical Section Genetics Task Force and the 2016 ACLI Medical Section Planning Committee. She also served as president of the Midwestern Medical Directors Association in 2007 and is currently serving a second term as president of the organization for 2016. Dr. Guzman is an in-demand presenter at local, regional and national underwriting meetings in North America and she is an invited speaker for the 2016 ICLAM meeting in the Netherlands. Dr. Guzman was responsible for the medical team’s content updates to EDGE, Munich Re’s online underwriting manual, including conducting mortality research on impairments and creating and delivering technical presentations to the industry on those impairments. Dr. Guzman is now responsible for the oversight of the medical and underwriting actuarial functions for Munich Re US (Life) reporting to Bill Moore. She will continue to be based in Chicago. Dr. Skillan will continue his service as vice president throughout 2016.
Munich Re Names Ari Lindner as Senior Vice President, U.S. Structured Solutions - Savings & Income Business
Oct 15 15
Munich American Reassurance Company has appointed Ari J. Lindner, FSA, MAA to Senior Vice President, U.S. Structured Solutions - Savings & Income Business. In his role, Lindner will be responsible for development and growth of customized life and variable annuity guarantee reinsurance transactions that include material financial market risk, such as equity performance guarantees, interest rate exposure, and foreign exchange risks, and helping clients with other strategic capital management objectives related to these risks. Prior to joining MARC, Lindner most recently served as the head of the life reinsurance business for a global multi-line reinsurer headquartered in Bermuda, as well as Chief Risk Officer for a global life insurance business.
Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. Launches Mobility Domain
Sep 24 15
Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. has announced the launch of Mobility Domain. The Mobility Domain will focus on establishing strategic partnerships and pilot projects that will enable the company and its clients to develop risk management solutions for the new era of mobility, including such areas as vehicle telematics, shared mobility, crash avoidance systems, and autonomous driving. Over time, these technologies could also help to reduce loss costs in the auto insurance marketplace.
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