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TMR’s Meredith Head joins Aspen Re to lead NA Property Cat

6th June 2019 - Author: Luke Gallin

Aspen Re, the reinsurance arm of Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited, has announced the appointment of Meredith Head from Tokio Millennium Re (TMR) as Head of North American Property Catastrophe.

AspenIn her new role, Head will report to Christian Dunleavy, Aspen Re’s Chief Underwriting Officer (CUO) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Aspen Bermuda Limited. Working together with Andrew Mellor, Head of International Catastrophe, Head will lead the reinsurer’s property catastrophe treaty reinsurance strategy and also Bermuda’s property treaty business.

Head joins Aspen Re from Tokio Millennium Re, where she served as Senior Vice President (SVP), Property Catastrophe Underwriting. Before joining Tokio Millennium Re in 2008, Head spent 11 years as Vice President (VP) and Deputy Manager, Property Catastrophe Underwriting at PartnerRe.

She will be based in Bermuda and joins the firm in September of this year.

Dunleavy commented: “I am delighted to welcome Meredith to Aspen Re. Her proven track record and deep relationships with brokers and clients, spanning over 20 years, will be a fantastic addition to our strong team.

“This appointment is testament to Aspen Re’s ability to attract and retain the very best talent and I look forward to working with Meredith, Andrew and the rest of the team as we continue to develop our property catastrophe business and serve our customers’ needs with rated and ILS solutions in conjunction with Aspen Capital Markets.”

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