The Arbella Insurance Group announced today that it has named Eileen Curry VP of commercial lines. Currie joined Arbella on July 20 from Crum & Forster Insurance Co., where she held the position of chief marketing officer and SVP of field operations. Eileen has more than 25 years of commercial insurance experience with a number of companies.
"Eileen's expertise, combined with the proven effectiveness of Arbella's existing commercial lines management team will make our organization the leading commercial insurance franchise across the Northeast,” said John Donohue, president and CEO of the Arbella Insurance Group. “I look forward to working with Eileen to build on the successes we have achieved to date with our partner agents as we accelerate the growth of our commercial lines business.”
Currie began her career with CIGNA, where she spent 14 years in a variety of positions in financial management and analysis and as commercial product manager, regional sales manager and regional marketing VP. She left CIGNA to become the GM of a Massachusetts insurance agency before joining Hartford Steam Boiler as assistant VP of assumed reinsurance.
Eileen joined Crum & Forster in 2002 as regional VP responsible for their northeast region, operating out of their Boston office. In this position she was responsible for commercial underwriting, business development, administration, claims and loss control. In 2006 she was promoted to chief marketing officer and SVP of field operations, a position in which she oversaw 11 profit centers and 10 regions across the country. She was directly responsible for the development and implementation of sales strategies, product development, underwriting, distribution management and marketing. 

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