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William Spiegel has ascended to the role of executive chairman at Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings (R&Q), succeeding Ken Randall who has retired, both as chairman and as a director.
RIMS, the risk management society, has partnered with George Mason University’s Continuing and Professional Education (CPE) to offer a series of workshops to improve risk management skills for federal employees and executives.
Marsh has appointed Amy Barnes to the newly created role of head of sustainability and climate change strategy.
DARAG has acquired SunPoint Holdings in Bermuda in a deal that sees Amel Esposito, who headed SunPoint's claims operation, named as head of US claims and service operations at DARAG North America.
Paul Broderick has joined Grant Thornton in Cayman as asset management team leader.
EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants has made a number of organisational and structural changes that it hopes will better position it for future growth.
Kent Teeters has taken a new role as systems director for insurance and risk financing services at PeaceHealth.
The Guernsey International Insurance Association (GIIA) has named Mark Elliott as its new chair.
Zurich North America has hired Sonia Kundi as its Canada chief risk officer. Meanwhile, Kim Jordan and Jim Heintz have been promoted to the roles of regional vice president for the US South region and underwriting manager for the US South Central areas, respectively.