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Renewable Energy Projects and Builders Risk
July 23, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. CDT

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About Your Speakers

Jes Alexander

Michael Cueman
Head of Construction–USA at AXIS

Mike joined AXIS in January 2024 as the Head of Construction – USA. Prior to AXIS, Mike held various leadership roles with Zurich and Liberty Mutual; most recently as Head of Inland Marine. Overall, he has over 20 years’ experience in the Construction and Builders Risk space. Mike graduated from Providence College and is based out of New York.

Sam Walsh
Head of US Renewable Energy at AXIS

Sam joined AXIS as a Senior Underwriter in 2020 before taking over the role of Head of US Renewable Energy. Prior to joining AXIS Sam worked at GCube Insurance for 10 years, originally joining the company as an Assistant Account Executive when they opened their New York office before going on to become the Senior Underwriter for North America. Sam is a graduate of the University of Miami with a degree in Economics and International Studies; he is based in Chicago.

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