Captive International unveils Forty Under 40 judging panel


Captive International unveils Forty Under 40 judging panel

Captive International has announced the judging panel of experienced captive executives for its ongoing Forty Under 40 talent survey.

We can now reveal that the judging panel who will look at the final results of the survey and determine the leading lights in the captive industry include the following:

  •  Dan Towle, president of the Captive Insurance Companies Association
  •  Anne Marie Towle, global captive solutions leader at Hylant
  •  Gary Osborne, vice president at Risk Partners
  •  Phil Giles, managing director at MSL Captive Solutions
  •  Mike Meehan, principal at Milliman
  •  Nancy Gray, regional managing director at Aon
  •  Anjanette Fowler, managing director and senior vice president, Insurance & Specialised Industries Group at PNC Institutional Asset anagement
  •  Grainne Richmond, executive vice president - head of captives, Aon Bermuda
  •  Lesley Thompson, chair of IMAC and managing director of WTW Cayman Islands
  •  Renea Louie, chief operations officer of Pro Group
  •  Sandy Bigglestone, deputy commissioner of the Captive Insurance Division of the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation

At the end of February, we announced that we were seeking to identify the best and brightest up-and-coming talent in the industry – the individuals tipped to become the true leaders of the captives sector globally in the future.

To achieve this, we are canvassing the industry to help us identify and profile the most proactive, prominent, and respected young leaders in the industry.

Don't miss this chance to reward excellence in the market by nominating the individuals you would like to see recognised.

Click here to place your nomination now. Nominations close on 6 April 2023.

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