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Jonathan Tilman announced as Ed’s Chief Actuary

6th July 2017 - Author: Luke Gallin

International reinsurance brokerage, Ed, has announced the appointment of Jonathan Tilman from Charles Taylor Managing Agency, as Chief Actuary.

Ed broking logoTilman will take up the position during the final quarter of this year, and brings more than 30 years of London market experience, and 20 years of executive management experience to the new role.

In his new role, Tilman will have responsibility for developing Ed’s international actuarial and analytics capabilities.

Prior to his time with Charles Taylor Managing Agency, where he served as Chief Actuary, Tilman was Executive Vice President & Chief Actuary, Insurance, at AXIS Capital, and has also held positions at Tillinghast Towers Perrin and reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter.

Commenting on the appointment, Steve Hearn, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ed, said; “Jonathan joins us to establish a global actuarial and analytical capability. This is another major step forward for our business. We are now attracting the market’s best people and our unconflicted business model is providing a crucial edge against our peers.

“The development of a cutting-edge platform which will provide us with the analytical capabilities that will define our business has been a key goal since our launch. Jonathan has the vision, experience and drive to make this a reality. I am delighted to welcome him to Ed.”

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