Liberty Mutual Insurance coverage reaches “vital chapter” with management shuffle


Liberty Mutual Insurance has announced important executive appointments which, according to Chairman and CEO David Long, mark “an important chapter for the company”.

“These new senior management appointments position us better now and in the future as a leading global insurer and will help us capitalize on opportunities in our businesses,” said the CEO.

“I continue to be very proud of the dedication of our employees and executives to accelerate innovation, prioritize digital and data-driven results, and use all of our resources to provide excellent service to our customers around the world.”

Below are the details of the leadership change that precedes Dennis Langwell’s resignation in late 2021. The appointments will take effect on July 1st.


Old position

New position

Tim Sweeney

President, Global Retail Markets

President, Liberty Mutual

Neeti Bhalla Johnson

President and Chief Investment Officer, Liberty Mutual Investments

President, Global Risk Solutions

Jim MacPhee

President and Chief Operating Officer, Global Retail Markets US

President, Global Retail Markets

Vlad Barbalat

Executive Managing Director and Co-Head of Strategy & Asset Allocation, Liberty Mutual Investments

President and Chief Investment Officer, Liberty Mutual Investments

Dennis Langwell

President, Global Risk Solutions

Vice Chairman, Liberty Mutual Insurance Operations

“I would like to thank Dennis for the exceptional contributions he has made during his remarkable career in the company and in the industry,” added Long.

“Not only has he led tremendous growth for Liberty Mutual in a variety of roles and roles, he has been instrumental in our efforts for diversity, equity and inclusion as a champion for our employee resource groups. I am personally grateful to him for his advice and his friendship and we wish him all the best. “

Langwell, meanwhile, said it was “a real honor” to have been part of Liberty Mutual for more than two and a half decades.