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Willis Re names James Moss as co-head of Specialty Casualty business

8th July 2020 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Willis Re, the reinsurance broking arm of Willis Towers Watson (WTW), has announced the appointment of James Moss as co-head of its Specialty Casualty practice.

He will work in tandem with Chirag Shah to lead Willis Re Specialty’s Casualty strategy in London.

Moss has 30 years’ experience and joins from Lockton Re, where he was a partner and head of International P&C reinsurance.

Before joining Lockton in 2012, Moss was a senior vice president in Guy Carpenter’s London market Casualty team and began his career at R K Carvill & Co. Ltd.

He is based in London and will report to Andy Law, Managing Director and Head of Specialty P&C.

“I am delighted to be joining Willis Re and look forward to working with their market leading Casualty team, offering clients fresh thinking and true innovation in an evolving risk landscape,” said Moss.

Shah also commented: “James brings a wealth of Casualty expertise to our team. His leadership will only strengthen our ability to deliver thoughtful insight and value to our clients and on behalf of our Casualty team, I’m excited to welcome him to Willis Re.”

“We are delighted to welcome a leading market figure like James to the team,” added Graeme Moore, Chief Executive Officer at Willis Re Global Specialty.

“His extensive experience will be an invaluable asset as we continue to enhance our offering in this sector. His appointment is a testament to Willis Re Global Specialty’s ability to attract the best talent in the industry.”

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