Chubb appoints Ncedi Mbongwe in the role of Casualty Underwriter, South Africa

29 May 2018 Chubb
Ncedi Mbongwe.

Ncedi Mbongwe.

Chubb today announced the appointment of Ncedi Mbongwe as Casualty Underwriter for South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.

In his role, Ncedi will be responsible for the development and growth of the company’s Casualty offering as well as building and strengthening relationships with key brokers. Ncedi will also be responsible for growing related specialty areas including Environmental Liability, Clinical Trials and Event Liability.

Ncedi joins the company from Munich Re of Africa where he held the position of Casualty Treaty and Facultative Underwriter with responsibility for new business, maintaining the renewal book and broker management across Africa. Prior to that, he was employed by Hollard Insurance as a Broker Consultant, where he focused on Financial Lines and Specialist Liabilities. In a nine-year career, he has also worked for Camargue Underwriting Managers as an Underwriter. Ncedi will be based in Chubb’s Sandton office reporting into Alexandra Schudel, Head of Financial Lines and Casualty.

Alexandra Schudel, Head of Financial Lines and Casualty, Chubb Insurance South Africa, said:

“I am delighted to welcome Ncedi to the team. His past experience in Casualty underwriting from a direct and reinsurance perspective, as well as his depth of knowledge across multiple products, industry sectors and geographies will play a key role in developing and growing our Casualty offering in South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. I am looking forward to working with him.”

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