Steve Tritton to join Lockton Re's Marine & Energy Division
Commenting on this senior appointment, Keith Harrison, International CEO, Lockton Re, said, “We have experienced strong momentum in our Marine & Energy Division as a result of the strength and depth of our team and the differentiated value we can deliver to our clients. Steve’s experience in the London Market and Internationally will further add to that momentum”.
Martin Stephenson, Chairman of the Marine & Energy Division, Lockton Re, added, “Steve has over 30 years of industry experience and deep relationships with Markets and clients alike which means he is both well connected and respected in the Marine & Energy specialty. Steve’s excellent reputation is a great asset in a more challenging market”.
Steve will join from Guy Carpenter where he was most recently Managing Director. Previous to that Steve held senior positions at JLT Re, Guy Carpenter, Marsh, Sedgwick Reinsurance Brokers and EW Payne, starting his career as a Marine Broker at Alwen Hough Johnson.
Jerry Ridge, Head of the Marine & Energy Division, Lockton Re, concluded, “We look forward to welcoming Steve to the London office next year. He’s a great fit for both our collaborative culture and ambitious drive. I know Steve’s strong relationship skills will resonate with colleagues, clients and markets alike”.
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