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BMS adds David Cameron as exec VP, property treaty

26th February 2021 - Author: Charlie Wood

Specialist re/insurance broker BMS has appointed David Cameron as executive vice president, property treaty, ebms-logoffective March 1.

Cameron will join BMS’s Minnesota office and report to Pete Chandler, President and Chief Executive Officer of BMS Re.

He will work with Jeff Irvan, Chief Property Officer, and Kirk Conrad, Chief Analytics Officer, to help expand product offerings.

Cameron was most recently a senior advisor at Renaissance Re from 2015 to 2019 and brings 30 years of reinsurance experience to BMS.

He began his career as a reinsurance broker at E. W. Blanch in 1989, before joining Guy Carpenter in 2000 and then returning to Benfield Blanch in 2001.

He remained there in a range of senior roles as it became Benfield and finally Aon Benfield.

“Our reinsurance operation is rapidly growing with a number of senior hires in recent months,” said Chandler.

“We will continue to build out our capabilities and are resolute in our ambition to become the independent broker of choice.

“We are client-focused, analytics-driven, and know that exceptional talent creates outstanding results for our partners. David’s extensive experience will contribute significantly to our strategic expansion in the Property Treaty space and I am very pleased to welcome him to BMS.”

Commenting on his appointment, Cameron said, “BMS has an exceptional reputation in the market for its data-driven, client-centric approach, and has been expanding its offering in both the US and globally.

“There are significant opportunities in the treaty reinsurance space and I am looking forward to working with Pete, Jeff and Kirk to provide the market with best-in-class advice and brokerage services and to help with BMS’s continued build-out.”

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