Accident Fund Holdings, Inc. Names Said Taiym Chief Information Officer

Lansing, Mich. – Accident Fund Holdings, Inc. has announced the hiring of Said Taiym as chief information officer. Taiym joins the holding company’s executive team and will be responsible for overseeing information technology solutions across the Enterprise.

“We are excited to welcome Said to our team,” said Lisa Corless, chief administrative officer and chief of staff. “He brings impressive expertise and a proven track record of success in the insurance industry at a national and international level. We look forward to his guidance as we continue our focus on providing customers with unmatched information technology and innovation.”

Taiym brings 15 years of experience in technology transformation associated with underwriting, discipline-specific enterprise enablement initiatives, distribution, pricing analytics and business intelligence. Prior to joining Accident Fund Holdings, he served as vice president of Information Technology at XL Group Services, where he was responsible for defining and executing the overall information technology vision and roadmap. He held information technology management positions with Zurich North America Commercial, Accenture and State Farm Insurance.

Taiym holds a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and has earned the Executive Management certification from Columbia University and Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

About Accident Fund Holdings, Inc.
Accident Fund Holdings, Inc. (Lansing, Mich.) and its subsidiaries are one of the largest workers’ compensation insurers and the largest non-governmental specialty writer of workers’ compensation insurance in the United States. Accident Fund Holdings conducts business through its four brands: Accident Fund, United Heartland, CompWest and Third Coast Underwriters.
Accident Fund Holdings’ insurance company subsidiaries are rated “A” (Excellent) by A.M. Best.

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