Compre expands in the US with two new non-executive directors

Key additions will be valuable to continued growth in North America, CEO says

Compre expands in the US with two new non-executive directors

Insurance News

By Kenneth Araullo

Compre has announced the appointment of LoriAnn Lowery-Biggers and Jonathan Reiss as independent non-executive directors to its Bermuda holding company's board, pending regulatory approval.

Lowery-Biggers has over 25 years of experience in global finance and insurance. She is recognized for her tenure as president of Lloyd’s of London, North America. Her career also includes various leadership roles at The Navigators Group, where she served as president of its commercial insurance company, president of field operations, and chief marketing officer.

Additionally, Lowery-Biggers holds positions as lead independent director of Brown & Riding Insurance Group and as a non-executive director at both BMS Investment Holding Company and BMS Re, as well as at Copper Point Mutual Holding Company.

Reiss, with over 30 years in the insurance industry, currently serves as managing director of Strategic Risk Solutions Bermuda, focusing on re/insurance business development. Before joining SRS, he was with Hamilton Insurance Group, where his most recent role was president of strategic partnerships.

Reiss joined Hamilton as chief financial officer in 2013. Prior to Hamilton, Reiss was a partner at EY, leading the insurance practices in Bermuda, the Bahamas, and the Cayman Islands.

“I am delighted to welcome LoriAnn and Jonathan to Compre’s board, joining our chairman, Emmanuel Clarke and independent non-executive director, Anup Seth, and further strengthening Compre’s governance,” said Will Bridger, Compre Group CEO. “They both bring deep commercial and technical insurance experience and knowledge, which will be extremely valuable to Compre as we continue to grow and capitalize on the opportunities present in retrospective reinsurance, notably in North America. I look forward to working with them.”

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