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Fortitude Re recruits Chief HR Officer from RenRe

28th April 2021 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Bermudian legacy reinsurance company Fortitude Re has announced the appointment of Amanda Stewart is its new Chief Human Resources Officer.

Stewart joins the company from RenaissanceRe (RenRe), where she most recently served as Head of Global Talent Management and HR Projects, leading led talent management initiatives and global HR projects.

Prior to joining RenRe, Stewart was Vice President, Human Resources at Tokio Millennium Re, AG, where she had oversight for group learning and development, performance management, and compensation.

In her new role, she will lead all aspects of organizational effectiveness and human capital management at Fortitude Re.

This will include providing strategic business leadership by identifying and executing on the human capital needs of the business in partnership and collaboration with the CEO and executive team, Fortitude Re explained.

“We are thrilled to welcome Amanda Stewart as our new Chief Human Resources Officer. Amanda joins us from Renaissance Re, where she led talent management initiatives, global HR projects, and played a key role in the company’s diversity, equity, and inclusion work,” said Fortitude Re.

“She brings nearly 20 years of multi-national human resources experience to Fortitude Re and will be a valuable addition to our team.”

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