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Lockton Re adds Simon Mills & Fraser Howard to London office

5th September 2019 - Author: Luke Gallin

Lockton Re, the reinsurance division of broker Lockton, has hired Simon Mills and Fraser Howard, previously of JLT, as part of its global healthcare reinsurance expansion.

LOCKTON LOGOThe pair will be based in London, and will be seeking to support collaboration across the reinsurance broker’s international network to further develop a seamless and integrated approach, focusing on P&C lines.

Lockton Re explains that the healthcare proposition is part of Lockton’s global expansion plans in the reinsurance space.

Mills brings over 20 years of industry experience to the role, having previously served at JLT, most recently as Partner in the company’s UK and European healthcare business. Prior to JLT, Mills worked at Denis M. Clayton Group and its successor companies.

Before joining JLT in 2013, Howard worked at Benfield. While at JLT, he was a Partner within the London and North American Treaty team, with a main focus on casualty business.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Lockton Re Global, Tim Gardner, said: “We are delighted to have Simon and Fraser join us as we look to build London’s largest treaty book of US healthcare and healthcare business.

“They come at a time of rapid expansion for Lockton Re, both in the US and in London. We are attracting world-class talent as an independent company with substantial growth aspirations and investment appetite.”

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