Global insurance firm AIG has lost three trade credit experts to rival companies Euler Hermes and Lockton Companies.

Christopher Shortell leaves AIG in Singapore to join Euler Hermes China as CEO, based in Shanghai. He replaces Benoit Ganzmann, who is now CEO at Coface China.

Shortell joined AIG in 1999, with his most recent role being head of trade credit, surety and political risk for Asia Pacific and the Middle East.

Prior to AIG, Shortell held various senior risk management and insurance consulting roles at Mitsubishi Corporation in Japan and the US.

Liam Berry and Maha Awada, meanwhile, have left AIG in Australia to work for the Australian arm of insurance broker Lockton Companies. Berry joins as national manager for trade credit, surety and political risk (TCSP) and Awada as a manager in the TCSP team. Both roles are newly-created and based in Sydney.

Berry will be reporting to Paul Marsden, Lockton Australia’s CEO, and Awada will be reporting to Berry.

Berry previously led AIG’s multinational and strategic markets (Asia and India) trade credit division. Awada was a senior underwriter at AIG.