Chubb on Thursday said Annmarie Camp has been appointed to be the North America business development leader. Camp currently serves as head of Personal Risk Services for Chubb in Europe. In her new role, which is part of the company’s North America Field Operations, Camp will be responsible for providing oversight to the business development team that represents and sells the full range of Whitehouse Station-based Chubb’s commercial lines products and services in the region.
Camp will report to Rob Poliseno, chief operating officer, North America Field Operations. She will relocate from London to the metro New York area.
“Over her tenure at Chubb, Annmarie has achieved success leading our growing personal lines business in the U.K. and Europe, as well as managing high-performing sales and distribution teams for businesses and regions in the U.S.,” Christopher Maleno, senior vice president, Chubb Group, and division president, North America Field Operations, said. “We are fortunate to have an executive of Annmarie’s caliber join our North America Field Operations team.”
“During Annmarie’s 14-year career at Chubb, she has developed an enviable track record of leadership in motivating and empowering high-performing teams within personal lines businesses in the U.S. and abroad,” Poliseno said. “I am excited to see her leverage her product and service expertise in accelerating agency leads and sales, along with our continued investment in agency management and cultivating local relationships with our leading distribution partners.”
Camp has over two decades of insurance industry experience. In her recent position as head of Personal Risk Services for Chubb in Europe, she had responsibility for the performance of the company’s high net worth personal lines business in the U.K. and Continental Europe.
Since joining Chubb in 2009, she has held a variety of national and regional roles with a focus on sales and distribution. Prior to joining Chubb, she held marketing and sales roles at AIG Private Client Group and Progressive Insurance. Camp holds a B.A. in international relations/Spanish from Tulane University and a master’s degree in urban & regional planning, economic development and housing from the University of New Orleans’ College of Urban and Regional Affairs.