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Travis MacMillian
Executive Vice President, Chief Business Officer

Travis MacMillian leads the global business development, account management, solutioning and partner management teams, with a focus on expanding Xceedance services worldwide. An insurance expert focused on the property/casualty industry, Travis brings 30 years of experience with strong acumen in underwriting, operations, marketing, business development, claims, reinsurance, analytics, and technology. He has extensive leadership and management experience, building and running teams in insurance companies and at service providers to the industry.

Prior to joining Xceedance, Travis was the vice president of insurance at Genpact International. He has also served in leadership roles as a regional vice president at FirstBest Systems (now part of Guidewire), president and chief operations officer at Greater New York Mutual, and the vice president of commercial insurance and business development at OneBeacon Insurance Group. Travis began his insurance career as an underwriter trainee at Commercial Union.

Travis holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing with a minor in accounting from Woodbury University. He also attended the High Potential Management Development Program at CEDEP in Fontainebleau, France.

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