Combined Ratio, a Hartford, Connecticut-based InsurTech services provider specializing in maximizing the value property and casualty (P&C) insurance companies have in existing IT infrastructure, is pleased to announce the addition of John Pedorella to the team.
Pedorella joins Combined Ratio as Director of Underwriting Innovation. He will be responsible for business development, client consultancy, and developing strategic projects within our clients’ current technology eco systems to provide impactful improvement to their bottom line.
“I am thrilled to have an industry veteran like John join our growing team. His experience and insurance industry knowledge will be a valuable asset to our organization,” said Michael Jones, CEO for Combined Ratio. “John will be able to provide an immediate impact to everyone within the organization by providing insights and thought leadership only someone with his experience can offer.”
John began his career on the insurance company side at AIG before moving over to RMS to sell and deliver software solutions that calculated financial loss due to natural disasters. He then moved on to become VP of underwriting for offshore energy with Arch Insurance Group. He moved back into the software space for the next several years with Corelogic and Xuber, before joining ProSight Specialty underwriting offshore energy and energy liability risks. He joins Combined Ratio with a unique skill set as he has sat on both sides of the fence, having been both on the company side and the software solution side. His perspective will deliver “win/win” plans that will allow our clients and their insureds to gain from his strategies.
Combined Ratio continues to build on a solid foundation of insurance professionals whose passion is helping insurance companies get the most out of their current technology ecosystem. Whether the challenge is development, integration or configuration, Combined Ratio helps insurance organizations figure out the best technologies and methodologies required for quick, inexpensive implementations.