Pool Re CEO Julian Enoizi has joined the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies (CCRS) at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School as its new executive-in-residence, effective on February 01, 2022.
The CCRS created the executive-in-residence role to use the practical experience of senior executives from companies in various industries to bridge theory to practice. The role also allows executives to help the centre enable selected research tracks with their unique business perspectives and outreach capabilities.
Dr Michelle Tuveson, executive director and chairman of the advisory board at CCRS, welcomed Enoizi to his role – noting that he can provide valuable insights and advice to guide the centre’s research, thanks to his perspective as a CEO of a unique organisation and in-depth knowledge of how the global insurance industry approaches systematic risk.
Dr Trevor Maynard, director of systemic risk research at CCRS, added: “Julian will amplify our research on the benefits of managing systemic risk, and crucially, our ability to reach decision-makers who connect information to investment.”
Enoizi commented: “CCRS carries out sterling work providing frameworks for recognising, assessing, and managing the impacts of systemic threats – work which has never been more vital. I am looking forward to engaging with them in considering how catastrophes and their impacts ripple across an increasingly connected world and offering advice backed by 25 years in the commercial insurance world.”
The CCRS also recently launched a new research consortium on protecting society from future systemic risks by supporting the creation and extension of public-private market institutions and developing new risk transfer products and advisory services. Moreover, Pool Re will join other international companies in providing funding for the research.