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JLT Re North America appoints Ariel Hernandez to Senior Vice President

5th March 2018 - Author: Staff Writer

JLT Re North America has appointed Ariel Hernandez as Senior Vice President, set to lead the analytics efforts for the Caribbean, Central America and broader Latin America Region as part of the Miami treaty team.

JLT Re logoHernandez joins JLT Re from a treaty underwriter role with the Chaucer Syndicates of The Hanover Insurance Group.

Ed Hochberg, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), JLT Re (North America), said: “We are pleased to welcome Ariel to JLT Re. With both analytical expertise and industry experience, Ariel will provide meaningful insights as we grow and remain focused on delivering market leading solutions to our clients.”

Prior to Chaucer, Hernandez worked at Swiss Re America Corporation as Vice President, Client Manager and Market Underwriter, focusing on delivering reinsurance solutions to clients in the Region.

David Flandro, Global Head of Analytics for JLT Re commented that the appointment “further strengthens JLT Re’s analytics function, particularly in Latin America, and reinforces the firm’s position as the most innovative advisory services provider in the sector.

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“Ariel is a great addition to our growing team in Miami. His unique skill set will enhance our analytics and service offering in the region and we are excited to have him on-board.” remarked Anthony Mirabal, Executive Vice President and Head of Treaty for JLT Re in Miami.

Hernandez added: “I am thrilled to join JLT Re, and to be a part of a world-class organization and analytics team.”

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