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Ed names Brett Hatton as Divisional Director, Downstream Energy

13th May 2020 - Author: Luke Gallin

Global reinsurance brokerage Ed has bolstered its downstream energy team with the addition of Brett Hatton as Divisional Director, Downstream Energy, effective September 2020.

Ed BrokingIn his new role, Hatton will be based in London and will report to Jon Parker, who leads the broker’s downstream energy team.

Hatton joins the firm from Marsh JLT Specialty, bringing 24 years of industry experience to the firm, 18 of which has been spent in the downstream energy arena.

Most recently, he served as Senior Vice President (SVP) at Marsh JLT Specialty, and previously led the company’s downstream broking division. Before joining Marsh in 2002, Hatton worked as an Offshore Account Executive at Miller.

Commenting on the new hire, Parker said: “In these challenging times, offering specialist expertise to our clients is more important than ever. Brett is an impressive addition to our energy team and his expansive knowledge will be key in our continued ability to supply the advice and support that our clients have come to rely on.

“His experience in placing and servicing global onshore production facilities will certainly enhance our current capabilities and client service. I am delighted to welcome Brett to the Ed team.”

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