Marsh unveils changes to Victor management
Marsh has appointed Charles Williamson as chief executive of Victor, its global managing general underwriting business.
He succeeds Brian Hanuschak, who has been named chairman of Victor. The appointments are effective as from August 1.
The company said that Williamson will lead operations for all of Victor's businesses in the US, Canada, UK, Netherlands, Italy, Germany and Australia, and deliver enhanced solutions to insurance brokers and their customers. He will report to Martin South, president and chief executive, Marsh.
Based in New York, Williamson brings 30 years of insurance underwriting experience to Victor, including serving nearly 25 years in various executive roles at AIG, including president of consumer lines Americas. Most recently, he served as co-founder and chief executive of Vault, a managing general agency and reciprocal insurance exchange serving high-net-worth individuals.
As chairman of Victor, Hanuschak will continue to be based in Chevy Chase, Maryland, and become a strategic advisor to Victor’s leadership team, working closely with Williamson to ensure a smooth transition for colleagues and clients.
Commenting on the appointments, South said: “Charles is an outstanding leader with deep underwriting, distribution, and product development expertise. Under his leadership, Victor will be well-positioned to support carriers and agents around the world with cutting-edge digital distribution and underwriting platforms. I would also like to recognize Brian for his exceptional contribution in leading Victor and thank him for his continued support.”