Aspen Re adjusts AsiaPac leadership, hires Macfarlane in London

Aspen Re adjusts AsiaPac leadership, hires Macfarlane in London

Aspen Re, the global reinsurance system of Bermuda headquartered Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited, has revealed a number of changes to its global reinsurance leadership, as it looks for to strengthen its group and supply versatility to employees.To that end, Philip Hough, most just recently Aspen Res Head of AsiaPac, is set to return to Zurich after 4 years living and working in Singapore.
Hough will continue to concentrate on his function of Global Head of Property, leading the Property reinsurance strategy throughout Aspen Res operations and will continue to report to Christian Dunleavy, Chief Underwriting Officer, Aspen Re and Chief Executive Officer of Aspen Bermuda.
Replacing Hough, Beatrice Morley has been designated Aspen Res Head of AsiaPac.
This is on top of Morleys other obligations as Aspen Res Global Head of Casualty.
Morley will continue to be based in the companys Singapore office, reporting to Dunleavy and has actually likewise has been designated Chief Executive for the Singapore Branch, subject to MAS approval.
Finally, Aspen Re has actually also announced the hiring of Nick Macfarlane, who was most recently with Asia Capital Re and joins thee firms London workplace.
Macfarlane signs up with Aspen Re as Head of Property Treaty (London), reporting to Jamie Lewis, Head of London for Aspen Re.
He was most recently Head of International Treaty at Asia Capital Re and has also held senior underwriting roles at MS Amlin.
Macfarlane will lead the team formerly led by Peter Panayi, who is currently on a leave of absence.
Aspen stated the appointments are testament to the depth of skill it has and its ability to attract brand-new skill.
Christian Dunleavy talked about the management modifications, “We want Aspen to be an organization that not only brings in leading talent but supports those people in structure long-lasting and effective professions with us. These visits are testament to this, further enhancing our international reinsurance leadership group.
” Were pleased to reveal Beatrices new function, while Phils transfer to Zurich will enable him to concentrate on his position as Global Head of Property. Were also thrilled to welcome Nick to Aspen and his extensive experience will add further weight to our strong underwriting group in London.
” Together, these appointments demonstrate both the depth of our internal talent and Aspens ability to attract leading external expertise. I look forward to working with Beatrice, Phil and Nick in their brand-new functions.”

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