NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Arch Insurance today announced that Regan Shulman has been promoted to Executive Vice President (EVP), General Counsel of Arch Insurance North America. She succeeds Patrick Nails, who continues in his position as EVP, Chief Claims Officer.
In this role, Shulman will have oversight of all legal functions, including litigation, regulatory and legal support for the U.S. and Canada. She reports to John Mentz, President of Arch Insurance North America and Chief Operating Officer, Arch Worldwide Insurance Group.
“Regan has been a key contributor to our legal team for nearly a decade and understands the complexities and nuances of leading the legal function at Arch Insurance,” said Mentz. “When Pat Nails decided to focus 100% of his time on the Chief Claims Officer role, we knew that Regan would be a great choice to help shape the legal department to meet the future needs of our organization. I’m looking forward to working with her.”
Shulman joined Arch Insurance in June 2012 and has progressed within Arch’s legal team, most recently holding the role of Senior Vice President, Deputy General Counsel. Prior to Arch, Shulman worked for Stroock & Stroock & Lavan as both a Litigation Associate and Special Counsel.
Shulman holds a B.A. in Politics from Brandeis University and a J.D. from Fordham Law School.
“I’m excited about the opportunities ahead of me and the legal group,” Shulman said. “We have a strong team in place and I’m looking forward to helping ensure we successfully support our growing businesses.”
About Arch Insurance North America
Arch Insurance North America, part of Arch Capital Group Ltd., includes Arch’s insurance operations in the United States and Canada.
About Arch Capital Group Ltd.
Arch Capital Group Ltd., a Bermuda-based company with approximately $13.10 billion in capital at March. 31, 2020, provides insurance, reinsurance and mortgage insurance on a worldwide basis through its wholly owned subsidiaries.
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