The Hartford appointed Carl J. Carano vice president of loss control for the company’s Commercial Markets division.
Carano will lead The Hartford’s development and delivery of a broad array of risk management services for The Hartford’s commercial insurance customers. He will report to David Carter, head of Middle Market.
Carano brings more than 25 years of leadership in risk management, underwriting and loss control strategy to his role. He joins The Hartford from Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance, where he served as vice president and director of risk engineering, with responsibility for leading the company’s loss control and risk engineering operations. He has also held senior level risk management, loss control and underwriting positions with Selective Insurance, AIG and Cigna’s property and casualty operation.
A Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Carano holds master’s degree in occupational safety and health management from the University of New Haven. He earned a bachelor’s degree in applied science with a concentration in occupational safety and health from Slippery Rock University.
Source: The Hartford
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