Global insurance and reinsurance brokerage, Marsh, has announced a number of appointments to the Aviation Practice in London and New York within Marsh JLT Specialty.
Based in London, Tony Ambrose and Martyn Holland are set to join as Managing Directors and will report to Andy Smith, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), UK Aviation Practice, Marsh JLT Specialty.
Ambrose is scheduled to join the firm next month, and previously served as Head of Aviation at Swiss Re since 2016, having previously held a number of senior aviation roles at the reinsurer. He joins the Aviation Practice in a senior leadership role and will work across all product lines.
Holland joins from rival broker Aon, where he was Head of Aerospace for the broker’s international business since 2013. In his new role at Marsh, Holland will focus on developing the company’s aerospace services and solutions. He is expected to join in early 2020.
In New York, the firm has announced the additions of Julie Meyer and Stephen Murray, who will both report to US General Aviation Leader, Marsh JLT Specialty, Joe Braunstein. Meyer joined the company on October 1st, 2019 and Murray is expected to join later this month.
Meyer joins from reinsurance giant Swiss Re, where she was an Underwriter, General Aviation U.S., since 2015. In her new role as Vice President, she will focus on all aspects of general aviation.
Murray joins from Global Aerospace, where he was most recently Underwriting Manager with a focus on major general aviation and aerospace liability accounts for six years. He previously worked at Marsh from 2011 to 2013, and played a key role in the development of Marsh’s MACH and MAPP platforms. As Senior Vice President, Murray will have a focus on US-based general aviation and aerospace business.
Simon Harker, Global Head of Aviation, Marsh JLT Specialty, said: “Tony, Martyn, Julie, and Stephen bring a wealth of experience, insight, and expertise to our firm, which will benefit our aviation and aerospace clients globally in managing the increasingly complex risks they now face.”