AXA XL has announced the appointment of Pamela Rosado (pictured) as general counsel, effective February 08. Rosado will report to AXA XL CEO Scott Gunter and will be based in New York. She succeeds interim general counsel Anthony Recine, who will return to his previous position of global head of litigation for AXA Group.
“I am delighted that Pam will be joining AXA XL, where she will take her place on my leadership team and will serve as a valuable member as we look to further simplify our operations, empower our regions in our new structure and deliver our earnings target,” said Gunter.
Rosado joins the company from MetLife, where she served as senior vice president and chief counsel for litigation and special investigations. In that role, she was responsible for all litigation and employment law matters in the US, as well as the company’s Corporate Special Investigations Unit.
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Prior to MetLife, Rosado served in a variety of leadership roles within the AXA family of companies, most recently as managing director and head of litigation, as well as head of the Financial Intelligence Unit at AXA Equitable Insurance Company. She has also held senior positions at AXA Group, including global head of litigation and general counsel for AXA’s Mediterranean and Latin American region and head of litigation at AXA Seguros based in Mexico City.
Rosado is admitted to both the New York and California bars and is a member of the Association of Life Insurance Counsel’s Litigation Committee. She also serves on the board of directors of the National Center for Law and Economic Justice.