Global reinsurance firm SCOR has added two life reinsurance related hires in the United States, to join the team that manages the reinsurers daily Life reinsurance operations in the Americas.
David Anderson has been named, Senior Vice President, US Life Reinsurance, and Alan Routhenstein has been named, Senior Vice President, Financial Solutions, both joining the SCOR U.S. team from February 1st.
“Dave and Alan bring experience and expertise that position us to expand our footprint in life reinsurance and specialty areas,” commented J.C. Brueckner, CEO of SCOR Global Life Americas. “Both are proven leaders in our industry and, along with the rest of our management team, will continue to build upon our strong position in the U.S. life reinsurance market.”
Anderson, who was most recently president of TIAA-CREF Life Insurance Company, will be responsible for new life reinsurance business development and client focused initiatives that are already underway at the firm. He will report directly to Brock Robbins, Executive Vice President and Head of U.S. Markets at SCOR
“Dave’s deep knowledge and understanding of the primary life insurance business and the challenges and opportunities facing carriers today are extremely valuable to us as we execute a more client centric approach to the market,” Robbins stated.
Routhenstein, who joins SCOR from Milliman Inc. where he was a Principal and Consulting Actuary working on aspects of regulatory reserve and capital management, will oversee the expansion of SCOR’s Financial Solutions business in the US market, also reporting to Robbins as well as to David O’Brien, Global Head of SCOR’s Financial Solutions line of business.
“As a life reinsurance market leader, we recognize the importance of the services we offer in the area of capital management and ROE delivery for our clients,” O’Brien explained. “We are very fortunate to have Alan lead our Americas Financial Solutions team given his expertise in advising clients on evaluating, structuring and implementing capital management solutions for their life insurance portfolios.”