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Lockton Re hires Ollie Jones as Broker, Marine & Energy

9th June 2021 - Author: Katie Baker

Lockton Re, the reinsurance arm of global brokerage Lockton, has appointed Ollie Jones as a Broker, and will be based in the London office as part of the Marine & Energy Division.

lockton-re-logoJones will join from Guy Carpenter where he was most recently Vice President in the Global Marine & Energy practice.

Prior to that he was a Broker at JLT Re, where he started his career.

Jerry Ridge, Head of the Marine & Energy Division, Lockton Re, commented: “We are continuing to expand our Marine & Energy capability and expertise in line with demand we are seeing from clients and prospects.

“Ollie is a great addition to the team and as we continue to work with clients and markets to provide deeper insights and more innovative solutions for the Marine & Energy market in London and across the globe.”

Martin Stephenson, Chairman, Marine & Energy Division, Lockton Re, added: “It’s always a pleasure to welcome great talent to the team, Ollie brings great energy and enthusiasm and a willingness to always do what is right for clients which is a key focus for Lockton Re.

“I know he will be a great cultural fit for both the team and our clients and will play a valuable role in our continued success. We look forward to welcoming Ollie to the London office later in the year.”

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