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Trading Risk September 2017

  • Schroders-owned ILS manager Secquaero has won a significant $200mn+ mandate, according to sources, as a number of companies target growth in this sector.
  • JLT Re has hired Andrew Ferrier as executive vice president to lead the Western region, based in the firm's San Francisco office.
  • Willis Re broker Henry Kingham has resigned and is expected to join ILS manager Aeolus, sources told sister publication The Insurance Insider.
  • Susan Lane has joined the captives consulting business of Willis Towers Watson.
  • Group chief risk officer Charles Mathias has joined the board of Fidelis Insurance, following the departure of Neil McConachie, who resigned as chief financial officer and director in January.
  • Duncan Hennes and Valerie Rahmani have been appointed to RenaissanceRe's board of directors.
  • JLT Re has appointed Nicolas Bardon as a partner in its Bermuda operation, reporting to head of office Guy Hengesbaugh.
  • Barbican's group leader of property treaty business, Aaron Coates, has resigned and is expected to join Twelve Capital later this year, sources said.
  • Swiss Re Capital Markets has hired Edward Johnson from Leadenhall Capital Partners to join its London ILS team.
  • Rhodri Lane has been appointed London head of capital markets at Aon Securities. He will replace Darren Bailey, who recently left the firm, sources said.
  • Hurricane Harvey's impact on Texas could potentially produce an underweight loss for the ILS market relative to the broader reinsurance sector.
  • This is certainly not going to be a year where the reinsurance industry is twiddling its thumbs at the annual Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous.
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