James River Group Holdings has revealed that its president and chief operating officer Robert P. Myron will be retiring.
Myron’s retirement will take effect July 31, 2021, and he is stepping down after over 11 years of service with the company. A company release said that he chose to retire for health reasons related to the lingering effects of Lyme disease.
While Myron will retire from his position at James River Group, he will maintain a “consulting relationship” with the company through December 31, 2021.
“I’d like to thank Bob for his numerous contributions to the Company. He has led operations at every level of the Company, including as CEO and as a member of the Board of Directors,” said James River Group CEO Frank D’Orazio in a statement.
D’Orazio added that throughout Myron’s tenure, he demonstrated “outstanding leadership and dedication to the organization,” and that the foundation that Myron laid would remain a key factor in the company’s continued success.
“I’d like to thank the Company and its Board of Directors for supporting me throughout my tenure at James River. The Company is in great hands under Frank’s strong leadership and the capabilities of the senior management team,” commented Myron. “Going forward, I have every confidence in James River’s ability to flourish in the markets it serves and continue to build long term value.’’