Ariel Re announces swathe of promotions for Bermuda, London offices

13 professionals step into higher roles within various operations

Ariel Re announces swathe of promotions for Bermuda, London offices


By Kenneth Araullo

Ariel Re has announced significant internal advancements as it promotes 13 of its staff across its Bermuda and London locations.

The promotions span a diverse range of functions within the company, including software development, underwriting, accounting, portfolio management, analytics, and actuarial roles. The company stated that it shows a commitment to talent development and its strategic focus on becoming a nurturing ground for professionals in the industry.

The move also comes on the heels of Ariel Re’s statement last year of its ambition to establish itself as an “academy firm” within the reinsurance sector, aimed at fostering and nurturing talent. The individuals recognized through these promotions include:

  • Brian Darling, who has been named AVP of portfolio management
  • Cameron Cooper, now VP, actuary
  • Catarina Correia, elevated to the position of reinsurance analyst
  • Connor Lockett, promoted to software developer
  • Emily Leitch, who takes on the role of SVP, head of marine and specialty lines
  • JayLynn Hines, now an underwriter specializing in cyber
  • Katie Dilke, appointed VP, head of non-cat analytics and actuarial pricing
  • Meghan Sherwin, promoted to reinsurance analyst
  • Morgan Siese, now a human resources generalist
  • Neil Pohlman, Brian Darling, and Roman Sklyar, all advancing to AVP of portfolio management
  • Ruhal Miah, stepping up to senior analyst, portfolio management
  • Sophia Marshall, named assistant manager, operations

Lindsay Hyland, head of human resources at Ariel Re, expressed enthusiasm about the promotions and what they mean for the company.

“It is great to celebrate our deep talent pool at Ariel Re by promoting these excellent individuals,” Hyland said.

Hyland also emphasized the company’s objective to bolster its status as an ‘academy firm’ and to acknowledge and support the wealth of talent within its ranks.

“I look forward to helping these talented individuals as they continue to develop in our London and Bermuda offices,” she said.

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