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Guy Carpenter promotes Askew to CEO Canada

Global reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter has promoted Peter Askew to President and CEO of its Canadian operations, after Donald Callahan stepped down from the positions. Askew has worked at Guy Carpenter for almost three years this time around, but had previously spent a seven year stint at the reinsurance broker, all read the full article →

Aon hires Turner from AXA XL as Head of UK Property reinsurance

Broker Aon has announced the hire of Catherine Turner from AXA XL to its Reinsurance Solutions division, where she will take on the role of Head of UK Property. Turner will also become co-leader of the Aon Reinsurance Solutions UK & Ireland and Specialty Casualty business, alongside Richard Evans. Turner joins Aon read the full article →

Guy Carp promotes Mayer to COO, Mowery to Global Head of Distribution

Guy Carpenter, the global reinsurance broking unit of Marsh & McLennan Companies, has promoted some of its senior leadership to new roles, with Neil Mayer becoming COO and Lara Mowery taking a new position as Global Head of Distribution. Both Mayer and Mowery have been named to the Guy Carpenter Executive read the full article →

Guy Carpenter hires Andrea Piatti to Global Risk Solutions division

Reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter has announced the hire of well-known executive Andrea Piatti to the role of Managing Director within its Global Risk Solutions division. Piatti had most recently worked as Head of European M&A at Armour Risk Management Ltd, prior to which he held senior roles at MS Amlin, Amlin read the full article →

Guy Carpenter announces UK property facultative hires from rivals

Reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter has made a string of appointments in its UK focused property facultative broking team, with a number of key hires poached from its rivals. The hires form part of a wider realignment process at Guy Carpenter's facultative broking arm GC Fac, the company said this morning, as read the full article →

Howden appoints Rugge-Price as Chair, aims to challenge major brokers

Howden Broking Group, which is in the process of bringing together the retail focused Howden with the more specialty insurance and reinsurance focused RKH under one brand, has named a new Chair as it looks to position itself as a challenger to the majors. Both sit under the global Hyperion Insurance read the full article →

Dan Bailey to depart Steadfast Re for McGill & Partners

Dan Bailey, a well-known London and international broker producer with expertise across treaty reinsurance, collateralised products and retrocession, is moving employers after a relatively short stint with Steadfast Re, landing at McGill & Partners. Bailey had joined Steadfast Re, the reinsurance broking joint-venture of the Steadfast Group Ltd. and the ex-management read the full article →

Capsicum Re unveils ExCo leadership to drive next phase of growth

Reinsurance broker Capsicum Re, a unit of Arthur J. Gallagher  & Co., has announced a new Executive Committee (ExCo) leadership as the company seeks to deliver on further growth. Among those added to the new Capsicum Re ExCo are Managing Partners and divisional heads, including well-known property reinsurance and retrocession broker read the full article →

TigerRisk hires international broker Juan England from Willis Re

TigerRisk Partners LLC, the global risk, capital and reinsurance brokerage and advisory, has added another hire, taking Juan England from Willis Re for a role focused on European and international reinsurance clients. TigerRisk has been one of the broking firms to benefit from an exodus from some of the leading firms read the full article →

TigerRisk hires reinsurance broker Joe Jackson from Aon

TigerRisk Partners LLC, the global risk, capital and reinsurance brokerage and advisory, has added another senior reinsurance broking hire from rival Aon, with Joe Jackson joining the firm in its New York office. TigerRisk and some of the other either smaller global brokers, or independently owned brokers, have been steadily adding read the full article →