Miller has appointed John Moncavage and Piers Hughes to help drive its continued growth in APAC.
The two experienced business development executives will be based in Miller’s Singapore office.
Moncavage started his career at the Bank of Montreal in New York in 1994, prior to moving into the insurance industry in 1999 as a credit underwriter at ACE Guaranty Corp. From 2005 to 2007 he worked at Willis before returning to underwriting with HCC Credit Group. In 2011, Moncavage relocated to Asia with Ironshore in Singapore, where he served as head of trade credit & political risks Asia.
In his new role Moncavage will lead Miller’s credit and political risks initiative in the APAC region. He will be working closely with Nigel Cross and the team in Singapore, as well as James Cunningham and Benjamin Gibbons in London.
Hughes began his career in 2002 at Lockton. He has also worked for Price Forbes, and then Howden as head of reinsurance, based in Bangkok, Thailand. His specialisms include property, terrorism, downstream energy & engineering (including contractor’s plant & machinery), construction, operational power and political violence.
In his new role, Hughes will work closely with the property, casualty and energy teams in Singapore and London to help strengthen its client offering and drive revenue growth in Asia. His areas of focus will include property, terrorism, downstream energy & engineering.
Nigel Cross, head of Miller Singapore remarked: “We are delighted that John and Piers have joined Miller. They will add tremendous value to our broking team and their vast experience will support the expansion of our client offering and market presence in this dynamic and developing region.”