Insurance programme provider Energi has appointed Michael Windstein as chief underwriting officer.
In this role, Windstein will be supporting the underwriting operations of Energi's recently introduced Vermont-domiciled captive, eCaptiv, which offers programmes for the energy and transportation industries.
The PC1-IC programme is geared towards energy companies within fuel distribution, energy transportation, energy construction, renewable energy, agricultural cooperative, and utilities who have $250,000 or greater in primary casualty premiums. eCaptiv’s PC2-IC programme is for energy companies in the same space as PC1-IC, but whose primary casualty premiums are less than $250,000.
Windstein previously served as assistant vice president for the mid-atlantic at Energi, where he managed the underwriting portfolio for the region.
Prior to Energi, he served as assistant vice president and underwriting manager at Victor O Schinnerer and was an underwriter for the Global Energy Middle Market (GEMM) program at AIG specialising in the oil and gas industry.
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