NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Liberty International Underwriters (LIU), part of the Global Specialty unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance, has brought on Robert Rokicki, P.E., as senior vice president of Oil, Gas, Petrochemical and Chemical (OGPC) Property. Based in New York City, Mr. Rokicki will have responsibility for all of LIU’s OGPC products in the U.S. and Latin America.
Mr. Rokicki has 25 years’ experience in directing business across a broad range of energy property insurance and advanced technology products, processes and markets. Prior to joining LIU, Mr. Rokicki was a senior executive at a Fortune 100 insurer and had responsibility for managing a portfolio of energy property in the U.S. and Canada.
“Robert joins us in a new role created to meet the growing need for Energy property insurance both in the U.S. and Latin America,” said Timothy Kania, senior vice president of energy and construction for Liberty International Underwriters. “With global energy demand expected to substantially increase over the next decade, energy companies will need to have their assets protected by a financially strong insurer that is in the market for the long term. Robert will bring to brokers the knowledge they require to properly protect their clients’ business as they grow to meet this demand.”
LIU provides insurance coverage for oil, gas, petrochemical and chemical facilities and plants worldwide. With its LIU Team 360 approach, clients are provided comprehensive risk solutions from a fully-integrated team comprised of OGPC underwriters, risk engineers and claims experts. Brokers can contact Mr. Rokicki directly at 212-208-2887 or email@example.com or visit www.liu-usa.com for more information.
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