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TigerRisk adds Neon’s Conway to Bermuda Reinsurance & Retro teams

24th February 2020 - Author: Luke Gallin

Bermuda-based reinsurance broker TigerRisk Partners LLC has announced the appointment of Christopher Conway to a newly created senior role positioned across the firm’s Reinsurance and Retro teams, reporting to Alex Bridges, Partner and Head of Retrocession.

Chris ConwayConway joins TigerRisk from Neon Underwriting Bermuda, where he most recently served as Senior Vice President, assisting with the development of a startup reinsurance portfolio of property cat, per risk and retrocession business.

Commenting on Conway’s appointment, Bridges said: “Chris is an exciting hire for us in a market that’s full of opportunity. His broad background, technical expertise and extensive knowledge of the market will be a great asset to our clients, both on the reinsurance and retro sides of the business.”

Conway started his career in the reinsurance industry with AXIS Re as a Senior Modelling Analyst, before being promoted to Assistant Vice President, Underwriting. After AXIS Re, Conway joined Third Point Re where he served as Underwriter and Head of Risk Analytics.

Following Third Point Re, he held senior underwriting roles at AQR Re and also Ascot Underwriting Bermuda.


“I am extremely pleased to be joining TigerRisk, a company I’ve watched create a respected place in the global reinsurance market in such a short period of time. I especially admire Tiger’s creativity and drive to find unique solutions for their clients,” said Conway.

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