Bill Keogh named CEO of risk analytics firm Ultimate Risk Solutions

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William (Bill) Keogh, the ex-President of risk modelling firm EQECAT who went on to take a role at reinsurance broker, risk and capital management firm TigerRisk Partners, has moved again becoming CEO of risk analytics and software firm Ultimate Risk Solutions.

Keogh moved to TigerRisk Partners just over a year ago after having resigned from EQECAT to pursue a new opportunity in the reinsurance industry. Keogh has now moved on, taking a key leadership role at Ultimate Risk Solutions, a firm with a growing client base in the insurance and reinsurance space.

“Bill brings an outstanding combination of insurance and reinsurance experience to URS along with deep knowledge of analytics technology from his many years in the risk modeling business,” Alex Bushel, Founder and President of Ultimate Risk Solutions said. “With continued expansion and new product development, URS will benefit greatly from his business experience and broad industry knowledge.”

“I am thrilled to be joining the URS team,” commented Keogh.  “The growing URS client base is a reflection of relentless customer focus and an excellent product suite.  I look forward to working with Alex and the URS team to achieve even greater success.”

Ultimate Risk Solutions provides risk analytics and software solutions with one of its core product offerings being dynamic financial analysis software. Its Risk Explorer™ software is used by major insurers, reinsurers, reinsurance brokers, and consulting firms as a decision-making tool within their enterprise risk management frameworks.

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