Marsh has announced new senior leadership appointments within Marsh Captive Solutions.
Julie Boucher (pictured) has been appointed to the newly created role of Islands Practice leader. In that position, she will assume direct leadership of Marsh’s Bermuda, Cayman and Barbados captive offices. The appointment will be effective January 01 and Boucher will relocate to Bermuda from Vermont for the position.
Boucher has 30 years of captive experience. She has served in various roles of increasing responsibility at Marsh Captive Solutions.
Meanwhile, Chris Varin has been appointed to the newly created role of US Practice leader, with the appointment taking effect January 01. In this position, Varin will assume oversight of Marsh’s US captive offices. Varin currently serves as head of the Vermont office and has 28 years of industry experience, having served at Marsh Captive Solutions in a variety of roles including responsibilities in operations, technology and strategy. Varin will continue to work in Marsh’s Burlington, Vt., location.
Boucher and Varin will report to Ellen Charnley, president of Marsh Captive Solutions.
“Captive owners today are seeking world-class capabilities and advice to extract more value from their captives,” Charnley said. “By aligning Julie’s and Chris’s experience and captive expertise to these critical regions, we will be better positioned to provide enhanced services and resources to our clients.”