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Supercede hires Willis Re’s Betez as CPO

24th August 2021 - Author: Katie Baker

Reinsurance tech firm Supercede has appointed Aydin Betez to lead the development of its cloud-based digital ecosystem as Chief Product Officer (CPO).

aydin-betezPrior to this appointment, Betez was Chief Technology Officer at Willis Re, where he was responsible for leading the firm’s global technology, engineering, dev-ops, delivery, and data strategy.

Before this, Betez worked at Capco as a Digital Executive Advisor, where he supported large financial institutions to integrate with FinTech partners.

His appointment will build on the strength of Supercede’s platform, which brings together data, deals, and people across Supercede’s Analytics, Placements, and Network solutions.

Jerad Leigh, Co-founder and CEO of Supercede, commented: “As a highly respected figure in the global reinsurance sector, Aydin’s appointment represents a momentous milestone in Supercede’s rapid growth and success.

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“He brings an unparalleled wealth of experience and a unique understanding of developing global reinsurance broker systems, including how these interact with cedents’ and reinsurers’ technologies.”

Ben Rose, Co-founder and President of Supercede said: “Aydin’s appointment is a further demonstration of our commitment to serving the needs of cedents, brokers, and reinsurers across the global industry.

“As CPO, he will support our customers in capturing the full value of our platform and products, and help them to develop future-proof technology strategies in the process. We are delighted to welcome him onboard.”

Betez added: “I am hugely excited to be part of what, I believe, represents the future of reinsurance.

“Supercede has already proved itself as the most intuitive all-in-one placement platform on the market, and this is just the beginning. These are transformational times for our industry and now, alongside this immensely talented team, I look forward to helping to drive this change.”

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