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JLT Re names Ben Gray as new London & International Cyber Treaty partner

31st July 2017 - Author: Staff Writer

JLT Re has named Ben Gray as a new Partner in the firm’s London and International Markets (LIM) team, where his main focus will be on Cyber Treaty reinsurance.

JLT Re logoGray brings extensive experience in the Cyber Treaty reinsurance brokerage space, joining from a position as Cyber Treaty broker with Ed, prior to which he worked at Marsh as a direct Cyber broker.

Commenting on the appointment, Bill Bennett, Head of Division, LIM, JLT Re, said; “We are delighted Ben is joining our growing team and we welcome his ability to develop and maintain longstanding and valued relationships.

“Cyber is a very complimentary offering to our other specialty classes within LIM. Ben’s experience across the Cyber market will make him an invaluable asset to our clients.”

JLT Re is growing its cyber brokerage team to match increasing demand amongst clients for cyber related services, Bennett explained that demand has grown “not just with regards to our Cyber Treaty offering but also working with the Programmes and Binders team within JLT Re and with JLT Specialty.

“Ben’s knowledge in both insurance and reinsurance will be of real value to the team as we continue to build out this area of specialist expertise for JLT Re.”

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