Chaucer appoints head of insurance

Specialty re/insurance group, Chaucer, has appointed Xamira Groves as its new head of insurance.

Ms Groves joins the company from AXA XL, where, most recently, she held the position of deputy global head of title insurance. Prior to that, she was managing director of Catlin South America, based in Bogotá. She has also worked for Willis and Cooper Gay Steel in New York.

Ms Groves is a multilingual, qualified lawyer with over 25 years of experience in the insurance market. She has worked across personal lines, commercial, marine liability, and property and casualty insurance.

In her new role. Ms Groves will oversee the delivery of strategy and portfolio management across all general insurance lines and underwriting entities.

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