Victor Insurance Appoints Anthony Stevens to Senior Role

Victor Insurance Holdings, the world’s largest managing general underwriter (MGU), today announced the appointment of Anthony Stevens as President of Victor International, effective immediately.  In this role, Mr. Stevens is responsible for advancing Victor’s insurance strategy outside of North America with a specific focus on innovative insurance products and digital solutions.

He succeeds Paul Drake, who previously announced his plans to retire from the firm in September. Mr. Drake will continue to lead Victor in the UK until a successor is appointed.  Mr. Stevens is based in London and reports to Christopher Schaper, CEO, Victor Insurance Holdings.

Commenting on the appointment, Mr. Schaper said: “A technology-driven leader, Anthony’s extensive experience in building next-generation commercial insurance distribution models, as well as international development, make him ideally suited to drive Victor International’s ambitious growth plans.

About Victor

Victor Insurance Holdings, formerly known as The Schinnerer Group, is the world’s largest managing general underwriter with locations in the US, Canada, UK, Bermuda, Netherlands, Germany, Italy and Australia. It handles more than $1.5 billion in premium on behalf of numerous insurance carriers, through a large network of more than 25,000 active insurance agents and brokers. With deep, specialized underwriting expertise, the company provides a wide range of insurance coverage – from specialty property and casualty and professional liability insurance to group and retiree benefits. Victor Insurance is committed to building on 60-plus years of experience to develop products that address risk in new and evolving areas. For more information, visit www.victorinsurance.com.

 

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