AXA XL expands Casualty Risk Consulting team in Americas

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New Delhi: AXA XL Insurance has appointed Andrew Diesel as Casualty Risk Consultant –Fleet in Americas. Based in Dallas, Diesel will provide technical support to AXA XL’s underwriters and clients primarily in the US and Canada.

He will be responsible for executing value-added engagements with clients, including in partnership with our growing ecosystem tech partners, as well as working with our underwriters to better support these clients.

“As we continue to expand our Risk Consulting capabilities, it is incredibly important we invest in the areas that impact our clients,” said Jonathan Salter, Global Head of Risk Consulting, AXA XL.

“The challenges facing fleets of all sizes in Americas over the last several years are well known in the industry, and as a prior fleet manager, Andrew is intimately aware of the unique risks in this space. This technical insight, coupled with his experience in client consulting services with major insurance brokers, makes Andrew an ideal partner for clients and underwriters alike,” added Salter.
“Clients are proactively seeking innovative solutions to meet the challenges of their evolving operational and risk landscape. Andrew’s experience in developing risk control offerings as both a fleet specialist and broker will complement our expanding suite of risk consulting services for our clients,” said Richard Burggraf, Head of Portfolio Strategy, Data & Analytics, and Technology for U.S. Risk Management – AXA XL.

Diesel has nearly 10 years of experience in fleet management and consulting. Prior, he served Gallagher as a Senior Risk Control Consultant, where he had responsibility for implementing the National Risk Control Strategy and led the National Fleet and Transportation working group.

AXA XL Risk Consulting supports large and multinational corporations in identifying, evaluating and preventing their risks. The Casualty Risk Consulting team comprises experts in general liability, product liability, environment, occupational safety and health, and vehicle fleet.

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