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JLT FAC names Joe Ameruoso as Head of North America Construction Casualty

15th October 2018 - Author: Matt Sheehan

JLT FAC, the facultative reinsurance division of broker JLT Re (North America) Inc., has announced the appointment of Joe Ameruoso as Head of North America Construction Casualty, Facultative.

JLT Re logoAmeruoso will be based in JLT FAC’s New York Office, and joins the company from Starr Indemnity & Liability Co in Primary Construction, where he most recently served as Assistant Vice President for Primary Construction.

Prior to this, Ameruoso spent two years at Chartis, first as a Loss Sensitive Analyst and later as an Underwriting Technician.

Vanessa Macdonald-Smith, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of JLT FAC, commented: “Joe is a great addition to our team and part of our continued global expansion plan for JLT FAC.

“He will enhance the expertise of the team and increase the breadth of our offerings to the market. Joe’s reputation and drive are a great fit for JLT Fac.”

Ameruoso also stated: “I am delighted to be joining such a great organisation with a dynamic culture. JLT FAC continues to go from strength to strength and we see a lot of opportunity in North America. I am really looking forward to working with Vanessa and the team.”

“We are excited Joe Ameruoso has joined our team, helping us expand our growing Facultative business,” added Ed Hochberg, CEO of JLT Re (North America).

JLT FAC also recently bolstered its global team with the appointments of Nikki Melbourne as a Partner in its London team, and Joe Vitale as Head of Casualty in New York.

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