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Swiss Re Corporate Solutions appoints Codding as Global Head of Cyber & Tech

5th September 2018 - Author: Charlie Wood

Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, the commercial insurance arm of the global reinsurance firm, has appointed Sandy Codding as Global Head Cyber & Technology, effective immediately.

Sandy CoddingCodding brings over 30 years’ experience to the company and in his new role will be responsible for overseeing cyber and technology underwriting guidelines, rating methodology, distribution relationships, product sales and new product development.

He has held various positions in underwriting and product development. Most recently, he was a broker helping clients assess their risk profile, design risk transfer strategies, and place insurance for cyber and tech risks.

Based in Boston, Codding succeeds François Brisson, who has been appointed Head Cyber & Technology EMEA, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

“Sandy is a well-known expert in the cyber and E&O space,” said Philippe Aerni, Head Financial & Professional Lines, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions.

“The market for cyber insurance continues to grow, and we feel confident that, with his experience, Sandy will be able to make our global team more agile and efficient to meet our clients’ needs.”

Globally, Codding will focus on growing Swiss Re Corporate Solutions’ offerings in the small and middle market space.

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