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TransRe names Craig Hupper as ESG leader

14th July 2021 - Author: Luke Gallin

Alleghany Corporation’s TransRe has announced the promotion of Craig Hupper to lead its various Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives.

craig hupperIn this capacity, Hupper takes on responsibility for advancing the reinsurer’s overall ESG framework, as well as implementing the policies, procedures and metrics needed to execute various programs.

Additionally, Hupper will coordinate the company’s internal and external communications and reporting requirements. He is expected to work closely with [email protected] on Diversity & Inclusivity issues and with the catastrophe model research team on issues related to climate change.

Hupper will be joined by Brett Denyer, who has served as a member of the company’s ESG Task Force for the past two years. Most recently, Denyer has been focused on further integrating ESG considerations into TransRe’s underwriting processes.

Hupper first joined TransRe in 1998. He has led the firm’s ceded retrocession team for the past 10 years, and was key in the establishment of TransRe Capital Partners and the development of the company’s catastrophe bond and sidecar activities.

Denyer has been with the firm since 2011, and most recently managed the US Regional and Flood segments.

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