Edward Clancy is Executive Vice President, Global Accident & Health and Life. He is responsible for the company’s personal accident and supplemental health insurance business around the world, including the operations of Combined Insurance. He is also responsible for the company’s international life insurance and life reinsurance businesses.
Prior to ACE’s acquisition of Chubb in January 2016, Mr. Clancy was Executive Vice President, Global Accident & Health and Life for ACE. He was appointed Executive Vice President, ACE Group, in 2014. Mr. Clancy joined ACE in 1999 as Senior Vice President, ACE International Accident & Health. He was promoted in 2001 to Division President, ACE Global Accident & Health, with additional management responsibility for operations in Japan. In 2003, Mr. Clancy was appointed Division President and Chief Operating Officer of ACE Overseas General. In that capacity, he oversaw the operations of ACE's businesses in Latin America, Japan, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, including ACE Global Markets, the company's London-based international excess and surplus lines business. He was named Executive Vice President, Global Accident & Health in 2007 and promoted in 2010 and given responsibility for the company’s Life segment.
Before joining ACE, Mr. Clancy had a 20-year career with American International Group (AIG). He held various underwriting and management positions within AIG Accident & Health between 1979 and 1988, when he was appointed Regional Vice President, AIG Accident & Health, UK and Ireland. He was named Senior Vice President, AIG Life, Accident & Health, North America, in 1991 and Regional Vice President, AIG Accident & Health, Far East, in 1995.
Mr. Clancy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Economics from Susquehanna University.