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PartnerRe hires Cabrera from Aon Benfield to head up Latin America

3rd March 2017 - Author: Steve Evans

Reinsurance firm PartnerRe has hired Humberto Cabrera, coming from broker Aon Benfield,  to the role of Head of Latin America, where he will lead the reinsurers business operations in that region.

PartnerRe logoCabrera will replace PartnerRe’s Interim Head of Latin America, Salvatore Orlando, who will continue in his role as Head of Middle East, Africa and Russia (MEAR) at the reinsurer.

Cabrera will lead the development of PartnerRe’s business in Latin America, based out of the reinsurers Miami office, and will report to Tad Walker, CEO of PartnerRe’s Property and Casualty segment and Group Executive Committee member.

Walker commented on Cabrera’s appointment; “Latin America is an important strategic market for PartnerRe and an area where we anticipate increasing demand for our reinsurance products. We are delighted to welcome Humberto, who brings with him extensive experience and an in-depth understanding of the unique challenges of our clients and brokers in that region. He will provide strong leadership for our Latin America team and a customer-centric point of contact for our Latin American clients looking for reinsurance solutions that align with their risk needs.

“I would also like to thank Salvatore for his valuable work over the years in representing PartnerRe in this important market. Going forward, he will be able to devote his full attention to his role as PartnerRe’s Head of MEAR, another key region for PartnerRe’s future success.”

Cabrera was previously the Chief Commercial Officer & Head of Treaty of Aon Benfield Latin America, prior to which he was CEO and President of Aon Benfield Colombia Ltda. He has worked exclusively in the Latin American region throughout a 25 year reinsurance career, as well as Spanish-speaking parts of the Caribbean.

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