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EC News (24 November 2022)

  • Publish Date: Posted 4 days ago
  • Author:by Sheridan Muir

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Round-up of the weekly news and developments from the global (re)insurance market with stories from Insurance Europe, Pacific Life Re, Liberty Mutual Insurance and more.​

Insurance Europe names Alexander Sarrigeogiou as vice president

Insurance Europe, the European (re)insurance federation has announced the election of Alexander Sarrigeorgiou, chair and CEO of Eurolife, as its new vice president. A Greek citizen, Sarrigeorgiou has led Eurolife FFH for 18 years, and before this, was CEO of Allianz Insurance in Greece. Read More

David Waters joins Pacific Life Re as director of underwriting in Europe

Pacific Life Re has announced David Water has joined the firm as director of underwriting in its European Business Unit, reporting to Carl Padget, VP, head of claims and underwriting and will work closely with Ian Rowe, director of claims and Hayley Bloomfield, senior underwriting developer. Read More

Liberty Mutual Insurance adds Rachel Conran as CUO at Liberty Specialty Markets

Liberty Mutual Insurance announce the appointment of Rachel Conran and chief underwriting officer, Liberty Specialty Markets, effective 1 January 2023. Conran will report to Matthew Moore, president, GRS office of underwriting, and Phil Hobbs, president and managing director of LSM. Read More

Sam Bradley joins Arch Insurance as senior cyber underwriter

Arch Insurance names Sam Bradley as senior cyber underwriter, effective immediately. Based in London, he will report to Marcus Breese, head of cyber and technology E&O and joins the firm from Willis Towers Watson. Read More

Ryan Specialty strengthens European presence with new office

Ryan Specialty Transactional Risks International has announced the opening of its new office in Copenhagen, Denmark, the business’ fourth office. The firm also appoints Christian Ulrich Weiss Bruhn, who has joined as senior underwriter. Read More