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Lockton Re appoints new senior dealer


Lockton Re, the worldwide reinsurance enterprise of the world’s largest privately held unbiased insurance coverage dealer, has introduced the appointment of Ben Ryan as a senior dealer in its non-marine retrocession and property specialty staff in London.

“Ben is a superb addition to our increasing international presence within the retrocession market,” mentioned Matt Foreman, head of non-marine retrocession and property specialty at Lockton Re. “His wonderful expertise broking and working within the London, USA and Bermuda marketplaces will improve our holistic providing and geographical attain to shoppers. Ben’s analytical strategy and broad community might be an enormous asset as we proceed to develop our division and search to deliver modern constructions and options to shoppers. We are all excited to be working with Ben as we head into a really busy and sophisticated renewal season at 1 January.”

Ryan started his profession as a part of the graduate program at Aon Reinsurance Solutions. He joined the non-marine retrocession staff in 2015 and frolicked in New York, specializing in retrocession shoppers within the US and Bermuda earlier than returning to London earlier this yr.

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“Ben is a improbable addition to not solely the retrocession and property specialty staff, however our complete international Lockton Re staff,” mentioned Robert Bisset, chairman of world retrocession and property specialty, Bermuda and market capital, Lockton Re. “His determination to hitch exemplifies our capacity to proceed to draw prime expertise in our trade. We are constructing a number one reinsurance dealer targeted on shopper service, creativity, analytics, and execution. Ben’s boundless vitality, contagious enthusiasm, international perspective and powerful mind complement our proposition as we develop our shopper base.”

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