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EC News (26 May 2022)

  • Publish Date: Posted almost 2 years ago
  • Author:by Alan Jarque

Round-up of the weekly news and developments from the global (re)insurance market with stories from AXA XL, Generali Global Corporate & Commercial, Everest Re and more.

AXA XL promotes Libby Benet as global chief underwriting officer

AXA XL has announced the promotion of Libby Benet to global chief underwriting officer, succeeding Nancy Bewlay who was recently appointed as its new chief executive of reinsurance. Read More

Generali GC&C names new head of underwriting in Germany

Generali’s property and casualty unit, Global Corporate and Commercial announce the appointment of Matthias Arnold as the new head of underwriting in Germany, effective 1 July 2022. Read More  

Matthew Rohrmann joins Everest Re as SVP, head of investor relations

Everest Re had announced Matthew Rohrmann has been appointed as senior vice president, head of investor relations, reporting to Mark Kociancic, executive vice president and chief financial officer. Read More

Marsh appoints global political risk and structured credit leader

International (re)insurance broker Marsh has named Rob Perry as global political risk and structured credit leader, Marsh Specialty, effective 1 July 2022. Based in London, he will report to Nick Robson, global leader, credit specialties, Marsh specialty. Read More

RMS announce launch of global views for acute & chronic perils

Risk modelling and solutions company RMS announce it will be launching new global views for acute and chronic perils and their climate change impact. RMS climate change models and data products allow users to stress test portfolio management, risk mitigation, and adaption strategies. Read More

Marsh McLennan re-elects 2022 director nominees

Marsh McLennan recently held its annual stockholder meeting and has announced the re-election of the entire slate of 2022 director nominees for a one-year term expiring at next year’s annual meeting. Read More