Kazimierz Layton to join Lockton Re’s Specialty Division
Kaz has been in the Political Risk and Credit Insurance broking space for over 15 years, most recently as an Executive Director at Willis. He started his career in Aon’s Crisis Management Team followed by time at JLT.
Commenting on the appointment, Paul Upton, Head of Speciality Division, Lockton Re, said, “We continue to build our Specialty capability and Kaz is a great addition to our expanding team as we focus on offering exceptional client service with diverse expertise. We are purposefully building a challenger proposition in the financial risk treaty reinsurance broking sector and to be able to add such a high calibre associate will enhance our offering to LRS clients. The team and I are looking forward to combining Kaz’s risk expertise with our reinsurance capabilities to provide buyers with a long overdue alternative”.
Keith Harrison, CEO International, Lockton Re concludes, “Lockton Re continues to attract colleagues with diverse and relevant experience who can provide our clients with broad and in-depth expertise in order to provide a different type of service and capability. I look forward to welcoming Kaz to the team later this year”.
Eran Charit to join Lockton Re’s Specialty Division as it continues to add further strength and depth to its Political Risk & Credit capability
LONDON, 16th July 2021 - Lockton Re, the global reinsurance business of the world’s largest privately held independent insurance broker, is pleased to announce that Eran Charit will be joining its Specialty Division later this year.
The pandemic is further accelerating the hardening of reinsurance rates and tightening of terms and conditions, making it more difficult for insurers to find appropriate protection.
LONDON, 5th May 2021 - Lockton Re, the global reinsurance business of the world’s largest privately held independent insurance broker, is pleased to announce that Dan Shaw will be joining Lockton Re’s London North America division later this year as a Senior Broker, in its London office.
Addiction is not new. Drug trade wars have been fought. Legislation passed. Empires funded. Social ills disguised, profits made, careers progressed, lawyers enriched, jails filled, politicians acclaimed, lives ruined.