Who Is Who in Insurance
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...the Scottish Vidows' Fund Life. He is secretary of the Faculty of Actuaries in Scotland. Address: 9 St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh, Scotland. THOMSON, John Walter (F.F.A., A.l.A.): Chief ot the Actuarial Department, Scottish Life Ass. Co., Ltd., Edinburgh; b. at Cockenzie, Scotland, Aug. 2, 1881; educated in Cockenzie and at George Watson's College. Edinburgh. He has business. He began his insurance career by conducting one of the leading agencies in his native city, representing many of the prominent American and foreign companies, and retained his interest in that agency until 1904. In 1892 he became special agent of the Reading Fire Ins. Co. of Reading, Pa., for the New England States; afterwards was home oflice special agent of the New York Fire Ins. Co. for the New England and Middle States and the State of Ohio. He was appointed special agent of the Atlas Ass. Co. in 1901, and was made agency superintendent in 1903. General manager, Car & General InflCorp., Ltd., London; b. in 1870. He entered the service of the Scottish Employers' Ins. Co. in 1886, and was successively chief clerk, inspector, and branch manager until 1894, when he resigned to become representative in the South of England for the Rock Life Ass. Co. In 1895 he went to South Africa for two years, and on his return was appointed chief claims inspector of the Ocean Accident Ins. Corp., in 1898 joining the Law Accident Ins. Soc., Ltd., as claims manager, becoming in the following year also manager of its Workmen's Compensation Act, employers' liability, public liability. personal accident, third party and lifts General agent at Atlanta. Ga.. of the Accident, Health, and Employers' Liability Branches, Aetna Life Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn.; b. in New...
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