Chubb


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Chubb

[chəb]
(geology)
A meteorite crater in Ungava, Quebec, Canada.
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Chubb has been a leader in the life sciences industry for more than 25 years," said Jim Williamson, Division President, Small Commercial Insurance, Chubb North America.
The notes will be guaranteed by Chubb Limited (Chubb).
Appalachian Underwriters has worked with Chubb for the last six years," said Tyrone Bennett, Chubb's Nashville branch manager.
Gunter succeeds Steven Pozzi, who plans to retire at the end of 2017 after a 36-year career at Chubb, where he started as a commercial underwriter trainee.
He will report to executive vice president (EVP) of the Chubb Group and president of Overseas General Insurance, Juan C Andrade and Ed Clancy, EVP of Chubb Group and of Global Accident & Health and Life.
The Chubb Corporation was acquired by ACE Limited earlier this year.
Known to generations of employees, friends and industry colleagues as Pi, Chubb was the great-grandson of Thomas Caldecot Chubb and grandson of Hendon Chubb, who founded Chubb & Son in 1882.
In July, the boards of Ace and Chubb approved a definitive agreement under which Ace will acquire Chubb.
I look forward to working alongside Lou as we build an effective bankruptcy department at Kaempfer Crowell," Chubb said in a statement.
The NDIA project requires very strict safety and work licences, rigorous design and construction approval processes, and extremely qualified operators like Chubb Fire to ensure that the project is completed in adherence to international safety standards, added Batrawi.
Mrs Chubb denied killing him and then initially concocting a story about him committing suicide.
The Timor Lorosa'e Trade Union Confederation (KSTL), which represents the striking workers, alleges that in December 2002, Chubb instructed workers to sign a new contract--written in English, a language that many did not understand--cutting their monthly wages from $133 to $94.