Broking giant Aon has named a new chief executive for its captive & insurance management business.
John English (pictured), who currently serves as the unit’s chief operating officer and EMEA managing director, is moving up as CEO after being with Aon for a decade. In total, he has more than 30 years of global experience across insurance, reinsurance, and the alternative capital markets.
“John’s diverse geographical experience, extensive knowledge of the captive industry, and deep understanding of client needs means he is perfectly positioned to deliver innovative and market-leading solutions to clients,” commented Rory Moloney, chief executive of Aon Global Risk Consulting. “John’s focus on key initiatives, including the use of data and analytics within our core captive management proposition and the development of our White Rock and insurance-linked securities (ILS) management business, will help the firm reinforce our leadership in terms of innovation and value creation.”
Reporting to Moloney, the London-based executive will assume his new role on June 01.
In March it was announced that Peter Mullen, who held the position of captive & insurance management chief executive at Aon for seven years, was rejoining Artex as CEO-elect.