Jon Warner to join Lockton Re's Aviation & Aerospace practice
Commenting on the appointment, Keith Harrison, CEO International, Lockton Re, said, “We are continuing to build out Lockton Re’s Specialty capability and Jon brings a breadth of experience and expertise in the Aviation and Aerospace field. With over 40 years in the London Market he is a great addition to this growing capability and we look forward to working with him.”
Jon started his career at Hogg Robinson in the late 70’s spending a decade there before holding key positions at Alexander Forbes, Aon, Lockton, and JLT Re respectively. Jon will join from Guy Carpenter, where he was most recently part of the Aviation team.
Ross Howard, Global Executive Chairman concludes, “Jon is a great fit for Lockton Re both in terms of our culture and our business ethos. The global team now exceeds 150 people and we continue to go from strength to strength as a business”.
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