Michael Davis

Construction Professional Liability Product Manager, Zurich

Michael Davis is the product manager for Zurich's professional and pollution liability suite of products for contractors, owners and design professionals, including architects, engineers, and environmental service firms. In this role he oversees the development and management of Zurich's Construction-related professional liability products, including all aspects of proposition development, such as claims and risk engineering services.   

Prior to his current role, Michael was responsible for professional and pollution liability for architects, engineers, and environmental services firms for the Environmental Business Group, including coordination of placements for large, multinational service firms. 

Before joining Zurich, Michael worked for Kemper Insurance, building and leading the Construction and Consulting division of Kemper Environmental.  Prior to that, he held underwriting, product management, and risk consulting roles for Environmental Compliance Services. 

Prior to starting his insurance career, Michael worked as a professional geologist directing field services for a regional geotechnical and geologic consulting firm.  He graduated from LaSalle College with a Bachelor of Arts in Geology and completed graduate coursework in Engineering Geology at Drexel University.  He is a member of the pioneer class of Registered Professional Liability Underwriters and resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Zurich is an insurance-based financial services provider with a global network of subsidiaries and offices in North America and Europe as well as in Asia Pacific, Latin America and other markets.  Founded in 1872, the Group is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland.  It employs approximately 58,000 people serving customers in more than 170 countries.  In North America, Zurich (www.zurichna.com) is a leading commercial property-casualty insurance provider serving the global corporate, large corporate, middle market, small business, specialties and programs sectors.