TigerRisk targets more West Coast expansion with Feldman hire

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TigerRisk Partners LLC, the global reinsurance broker, risk and capital advisory, is aiming to further expand its business on the U.S. West Coast with the hiring of Kevin Feldman as Partner, who was previously a Guy Carpenter Managing Director.

kevin-feldman-tigerriskFeldman had worked for rival reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter for a decade, having joined the firm in 2009.

Wade Gulbransen, Global Head of Reinsurance at TigerRisk, announced that Feldman had joined the firm earlier today, joining as a Partner based in Orange County, California.

“Kevin Feldman has established an outstanding reputation. He is someone that recognizes the ever-changing dynamics of our market and has designed and executed on unique and bespoke solutions for his clients,” explained Gulbransen. “He will play an important role in serving our existing West Coast clients and expanding our client base.”

Feldman started out in the reinsurance industry with an internship at broker Dennis M. Clayton in London after leaving college, before moving on to become an account representative at broker John B. Collins in San Francisco.

That firm was acquired by Guy Carpenter, where Feldman moved up the ranks to become a Managing Director.

“Over the years I’ve come to admire the professionalism, industry knowledge and dedication to clients which are all part of the TigerRisk culture,” commented Feldman. “I’m looking forward to becoming part of this outstanding team.”

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