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Megan Hodge joins TigerRisk as Partner & Head of Client Strategy

16th October 2017 - Author: Luke Gallin

Reinsurance brokerage, TigerRisk Partners LLC, has announced that Megan Stewart Hodge has joined the firm as a Partner and as Head of Client Strategy, a newly created role.

Megan Stewart HodgeIn her new role, Hodge will be responsible for optimising the value TigerRisk provides for its clients, through a holistic approach that incorporates innovation combined with novel risk transfer structures, in order to align, support and exceed the clients main objectives, explains TigerRisk.

She will be based in the firm’s Chicago offices, and joins from Metabiota, where she was Global Head of Business Development/Risk Products.

TigerRisk Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Rod Fox, said; “Throughout her career, Megan has been at the leading edge of insurance industry strategy and innovation. She will be invaluable for Tiger and our clients through this intricate market cycle.”

Prior to Metabiota, Hodge worked for reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter as a Senior Vice President (SVP), and also worked for global broker Aon Benfield.

Commenting on her new role, Hodge said; “I’ve followed the innovative and industry leading initiatives TigerRisk has been executing with great interest. It is quite compelling to join a company that leverages its deep industry talent and analytics to embrace innovation in optimizing its ability to help its clients succeed. I’m thrilled with the opportunity to join such a talented and nimble organization.”

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