Lockton Re, the reinsurance business of insurance broker Lockton, has announced the addition of Senior Broker Anthony Izzo to its New York office.
Izzo arrives from TransRe, where he spent five years as a Senior Vice President of Casualty.
Prior to TransRe, he held various senior roles at Willis, Guy Carpenter and Aon, leading Facultative, Program and Retail Construction groups with nearly 20 years of broking experience.
In his new role, Izzo will report to Nick Durant, CEO North America, Lockton Re, who commented: “Tony is a hugely respected market figure and a great addition to our growing team at Lockton Re.”
“His experience spans both reinsurance and insurance, Treaty and Facultative meaning his breadth of expertise can provide clients with a broad perspective and deep expertise,” Durant continued.
“Perhaps more importantly he shares our vision for pushing the industry forward with an unmatched commitment to client service and ground breaking technology. Tony is a great fit for our culture and our clients”
Izzo also stated: “It’s an exciting time to be part of an organization that feels truly energized with an incredible group of colleagues on both sides of the Atlantic.”
“As there has been increasing industry discussion around modernization and the utilization of technology, to see the implementation of this strategy used to enhance and support client results and relationships, is a truly compelling value proposition. Lockton Re will be driving the industry forward for many years and I look forward to being a part of this innovative culture.”
Durant concluded: “Tony will be working across Lockton Re with responsibility for the client management of a portfolio of Global insurers and reinsurers. He will also be developing opportunities with the wider Lockton business and will provide invaluable Casualty expertise.”
“As we build a truly differentiated global reinsurance broker, Tony’s experience, expertise and market relationships are testament to our ability to attract the industry’s most talented and sought after practitioners.”