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Arch Insurance Group, a member of Arch Capital Group, has formed Arch Worldwide Energy, a new energy division that harnesses all property/casualty energy-related capabilities in Arch through one unit to heighten its response to evolving energy needs worldwide.

Arch Worldwide Energy will be led by Thomas G. Kaiser, executive vice president of Arch Insurance Group.

"Arch Insurance Group has always offered expertise in energy, but this strategic group -completely dedicated to the issues of the energy market - will drive high-quality risk solutions on a worldwide basis," says Ralph E. Jones, chairman and CEO of Arch Insurance Group.

The new division combines the expertise of Arch's onshore energy, offshore energy, construction all risk, erection all risk and energy casualty into one unit.


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