Guy Carpenter appoints Asia-Pacific chairmanJanuary 18 2019 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
Jeremy Fox (pictured), chief executive of JLT Re Asia Pacific, will become chairman of Guy Carpenter Asia Pacific after Marsh & McLennan completes its acquisition of JLT.
In this role, Singapore-based Fox will report to Tony Gallagher, chief executive of Guy Carpenter Asia Pacific, and become responsible for servicing multinational clients in the region and producing new business, as well as working with Gallagher on designing and delivering key strategic priorities for the region.
In another change at the reinsurance broker, Guy Carpenter will create a Global Capital Solutions group, which will be led by David Priebe, vice chairman of Guy Carpenter. Priebe will work closely with Guy Carpenter’s analytics, strategic advisory and broking teams. The group will be made up of two components: Global Capital Solutions and Guy Carpenter Securities, both reporting to Priebe.
Meanwhile James Boyce, deputy chief executive global specialties and head of non-marine specialties at Guy Carpenter, will become chief executive of global specialties.
Bradley Maltese, deputy chief executive of UK and Europe at JLT Re, will become vice-chairman of global specialties, reporting to Boyce. In addition, Maltese will work with the senior leadership team to grow the global specialties client offering and will also play a key role in the integration of the JLT Re specialty practices with Guy Carpenter.
Also following the acquisition, David Flandro, global head of analytics at JLT Re, will become global head of economics and franchise risk advisory, reporting to Rob Bentley, chief executive of Guy Carpenter global strategic advisory. In this role, Flandro will oversee Guy Carpenter’s global thought leadership, business intelligence, ratings advisory and market intelligence units.
Vicky Carter, vice-chairman of Guy Carpenter global strategic advisory, will continue in her leadership role while James Nash will remain as global chief executive of Guy Carpenter International.
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