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Marc Moncion joins Markel (October 01, 2005)

TORONTO, Ont. - Markel Insurance Company of Canada has announced the appointment of Marc Moncion as national director of safety and training services....


TORONTO, Ont. – Markel Insurance Company of Canada has announced the appointment of Marc Moncion as national director of safety and training services.

“Markel’s years of experience providing transportation safety and training to its policyholders and the industry at large is well-known in Canadian trucking and unique in the insurance industry,” says Mark Ram, president and CEO of Markel.

“Moncion’s substantial background in transportation management, compliance and operational policy-setting will further strengthen a team that’s already considered the best in the country.”

Moncion comes to Markel with nearly 20 years of experience in the transportation sector. Most recently, Moncion ran the Carrier Safety Policy Branch of the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, providing strategic, operational and business planning leadership.

This was the culmination of several positions Moncion held within the Ministry since 1988, including business and policy analyst, compliance auditor, and transportation enforcement officer.

Moncion’s numerous achievements have been widely recognized. He has been nominated for the 2005 Ontario Amethyst Award, presented to individuals who have made outstanding contributions in client service, innovation and professional achievement in the public service field.

He has also received the Thomas J. McTague Memorial Award for earning the highest academic standing in Integrated Logistics when he completed his CITT designation with the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation.

“As a recognized and widely-respected industry leader and an approachable, family oriented individual, Moncion is an exceptional addition to the Markel team,” says Ram.


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