Crum & Forster’s Accident & Health Division on Tuesday announced the promotion of Joseph “Joe” Muccia to chief financial officer of the division. Muccia previously served as vice president of operations, where he had oversight of the division’s Program Claims, Auditing, Accounting and Reporting teams.
In his new role, he will assume an increased level of accountability and leadership across these critical areas, as well as spearhead all investment and acquisition opportunities for the division.
“As the C&F Accident & Health Division continues to expand its captive business and capabilities, Joe will lead all financial-related duties pertaining to this diversified portfolio,” Gary McGeddy, president of Crum & Forster Accident & Health, said. “Joe will hold a pivotal role in the continued success and growth of the A&H Division.”
Muccia joined C&F in 2009 and the A&H Division in 2016. In his time with A&H, he has played a key role in many strategic initiatives, including the development of the division’s captive company in the Cayman Islands as well as the acquisitions of Travel Insured International, Trinity, Monitor Life and PMGU, and the sale of the Pet operation.
“I am honored to assume the role of chief financial officer of Accident & Health and join the division’s senior leadership team,” Muccia said. “The division has a tremendous track record, and I look forward to contributing to its continued progress.”
Muccia began his career in accounting, and worked at KPMG prior to joining C&F. He held varying supervisory positions with the C&F Corporate Finance team, including vice president and treasurer prior to joining the A&H Division as vice president of operations in 2016. He is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Muhlenberg College.