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Darwin's Kim Lloyd to Speak on Panel at American Hospital Association Solutions Roundtable, June 3, 2009
Date:6/2/2009

PEMBROKE, Bermuda, June 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Darwin National Assurance Company, a member company of Allied World Assurance Company Holdings, Ltd (NYSE: AWH), today announced that Kim Lloyd, Vice President, Healthcare Management Liability Product Manager, will be participating in a panel at the American Hospital Association (AHA) Solutions Roundtable in Chicago on Wednesday, June 3, 2009. The roundtable is titled "Market, Claims and Healthcare Risk Management Update - Measuring Your Readiness."

The panel, entitled "Market Dog Millionaire - Do you Need a Lifeline?" will analyze recent property and casualty data, review key market pressures, and will discuss future market highlights to better prepare healthcare organization leadership with trend and pricing fluctuations.

Ms. Lloyd is responsible for product development and best practices associated with Darwin's healthcare management liability lines. Ms. Lloyd has 12 years of healthcare underwriting experience, including D&O, managed care E&O, EPLI, fiduciary, crime and kidnap and ransom. Prior to her most recent position, she worked as Lead Underwriter and Midwest Zone Manager for the healthcare division of Darwin. Her previous experience includes underwriting positions in the healthcare division of Chubb Specialty Insurance (formerly Executive Risk). Ms. Lloyd's underwriting experience is strengthened by her previous work within the industry in the recreational and occupational therapy field. She received her B.A. degree from the University of Connecticut.

AHA Solutions is a part of the American Hospital Association, the leading advocate for the nation's hospitals. With over 30 years of working knowledge, understanding, and experience in solving hospital issues, the mission of AHA Solutions is to be the trusted resource
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