Real estate giant Aon follows on from a recent realignment of its global leadership in its Reinsurance Solutions division, with changes in its regional leaders as it continues to focus on delivering more customer choice and innovation.
In announcing a reshuffle of global leadership earlier this weekTim Ronda, President of Reinsurance Solutions’ US operations, was announced as a Global Geographic Leader to oversee Reinsurance Solutions’ regional capabilities worldwide.
The new structure announced today, made up of regional reinsurance brokerage leaders, will sit under Ronda, who will lead the way in adding continued scale while targeting unique regional trends and clients’ reinsurance needs.
George Attard becomes CEO of Reinsurance Solutions APAC, to lead customer growth in the region, with Jeremy Goodman also becoming APAC president.
For the Reinsurance Solutions EMEA region, Alfonso Valera and Tomas Novotny will lead as co-CEOs, with Richard Posgate as Head of Strategy and Alan Gregory as EMEA Chair.
In the UK, Rupert Moore will become CEO of UK Reinsurance Solutions effective January 1, subject to regulatory approval. Moore will also act as Executive Sponsor for Japanese clients worldwide, having previously served as a Japanese regional leader for Aon’s reinsurance business.
Nick Frankland will take on the position of UK President for Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions, in addition to his new role as Chairman of the Insurance Consulting Group, announced earlier this week.
For Canada and the Caribbean, David Sloan will retire at the end of 2021 after 38 years as CEO and chairman of the region. Sloan will remain with the company for another 18 months as a consultant to ensure a smooth transition with clients.
Beginning in early 2022, this region will be led by Matt Wolfe, who will assume the role of CEO of Canada, and Steve Bonifacio, who has been named CEO of Caribbean.
George deMenocal will remain CEO of US Reinsurance Solutions for Aon, while Pablo Munoz will remain CEO of LatAm, Paula Ferreira will remain President of LatAm and Andrew Laing will remain CEO of Facultative.
Ronda commented on the changes: “Our reinsurance capabilities are built on the strong foundations of local knowledge and market connections, underpinned by a global focus to ensure we share best practices and help drive growth for insurers in every region we serve .
“Whether improving their real estate disaster programs or navigating new forms of volatility around accidents, climate and cyber, our new solutions for insurers will reach every corner of the globe, benefiting from regional expertise. This new team of regional leaders will take advantage of the company’s past leadership and very deep existing and diverse talent base, while continuing to bring together proven talent from across the company to support the needs of our customers.”