Liberty Mutual unveils chief underwriting officer for global reinsurance unit

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Liberty Mutual Insurance has appointed David Perez (pictured) to serve as chief underwriting officer for Global Risk Solutions (GRS) – the company’s global commercial and specialty lines re/insurer.

Perez succeeds James Slaughter, who will leave the company on June 30, 2020.

In his new role, Perez will partner with underwriting leaders across GRS to drive strategy and operations – all to maximise the value Liberty Mutual provides to brokers and clients.

Perez joined Liberty Mutual in 2012, and most recently served as the company’s chief underwriting officer for North America. Prior to joining Liberty Mutual, he was president of Glaucon Risk Group. He had also served as president and chief underwriting officer of global casualty at Torus Insurance.

“I’m tremendously pleased to appoint David to this important position,” commented GRS president Dennis Langwell. “He has the underwriting and management expertise to bring value to our business partners and policyholders around the world. I thank James for his work to ensure a seamless transition and for his significant contributions to Liberty Mutual’s success over his 15-year career with the company.”

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