GC Securities adds to capital markets team with hire from Willis

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Reinsurance brokerage Guy Carpenter & Company has announced the addition of a new hire to its capital markets focused GC Securities division this morning. Stephen C. Mathews has been appointed Managing Director of GC Securities. Matthews will be based in the GC Securities New York office and will report to Chris Ezbiansky, Head of M&A Advisory, Americas.

Prior to joining GC Securities, Matthews was most recently employed by rival broker Willis, in its Willis Capital Markets & Advisory division. Previously, Mr. Mathews held positions at Banc of America Securities LLC, Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Price Waterhouse, LLP.

Commenting on the new hire, David Priebe, Vice Chairman of Guy Carpenter & Company, said;  “We are delighted Steve has decided to join Guy Carpenter.  Steve brings a deep understanding of the (re)insurance sector and a strong track record of merger & acquisition and capital raising transactions.  Steve’s knowledge and experience will be a valuable addition to the GC Securities team and further strengthen the firm’s ability to become our clients’ most trusted strategic advisor.”

Chris Ezbiansky, commented;  “I am excited that Steve has agreed to join the Guy Carpenter team and work with us to become a market leading financial advisor for the benefit of our (re)insurance clients.  Steve’s extensive knowledge of the (re)insurance industry, broad transaction experience and industry insights will be valuable to our clients as they execute their strategic priorities.”

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