Aon joins the Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers


Aon joins the Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers

Joe Rego, president, Aon Bermuda

Aon has joined the Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers. The broker first launched captive and insurance management operations on the island in 1970 and today has over 160 staff based there.

It joins Marsh McLennan/Guy Carpenter, Willis Towers Watson and Lockton Re on ABIR’s Broker Advisory Cabinet, promoting collaboration between Bermuda’s leading re/insurers and brokers.

Joe Rego, president of Aon Bermuda, said: “Bermuda re/insurance capital represents a critical source of risk transfer capacity for our global client base, and as we look to continue our growth trajectory in this marketplace, we are very pleased to join ABIR, an organisation that represents both key trading partners as well as thought leadership in the global re/insurance space.

“As we continue to drive innovation and product development in order to meet the evolving risk needs of our clients, we are excited to expand our partnership with the Bermuda re/insurance industry and ABIR in order to enhance Bermuda’s position as the risk capital of the world.”

Marc Grandisson, chairman of ABIR and CEO of Arch Capital Group Ltd, welcomed the broker: “Aon is one of the longest established participants in the Bermuda re/insurance market and is a significant contributor to the continuing growth of our industry. I am pleased to welcome Aon to ABIR.”

“ABIR’s member companies lead the world in managing an ever-increasing spectrum of risks, including climate, mortgage and cyber,” added John Huff, president and CEO of ABIR.

“We are pleased to welcome Aon as a member, as we continue to represent the public policy interests of the leading participants in the vibrant and innovative Bermuda re/insurance marketplace.”

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