The Hartford Names Hank Dominioni as Head Of Northeast Division Sales And Underwriting

HARTFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Hartford has appointed Hank Dominioni head of sales and underwriting for its Middle and Large Commercial Businesses’ Northeast Division. In his new role, Dominioni will be responsible for leading sales and underwriting operations for the company’s independent agents, brokers and customers across seven Northeastern states from Maine to New York. He will report to Gretchen Thompson, head of Field Operations and General Industries for Middle and Large Commercial insurance. 

“Hank has demonstrated the ability to consistently deliver impressive profitable growth across the organization,” said Thompson. “His energy and passion for developing talent and building deep relationships with our distribution partners will continue to position our Northeast Division for success. He has a proven track record of winning and steadfast commitment to developing strong partnerships that achieve results for our agents and brokers.”

Dominioni has been with The Hartford for more than 20 years, most recently serving as head of Northern and Southern New England. He has broad industry experience having held positions of increasing responsibility, including risk engineering and insurance underwriting for technology and life science business lines.

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