Marsh makes double appointments within captive operations

One returns to the UK from Guernsey

Marsh makes double appointments within captive operations

Risk Management News

By Terry Gangcuangco

Major insurance broker and risk adviser Marsh has made double appointments within its captive operations.

First off, Stephen Hawkes is returning to the UK from Guernsey to take up a new role developing the company’s international captive solutions. Succeeding him as head of office in the British Crown dependency is Ian Drillot, who previously served as head of the Guernsey captive office at Jardine Lloyd Thompson.

“Guernsey has a longstanding reputation as one of the world’s leading captive domiciles and is renowned for its innovative approach to captive insurance,” noted Drillot.

“As an islander, I’m particularly proud to have the opportunity to develop Marsh’s operations and contribute towards local growth and employment.”

He and Hawkes will report to Will Thomas-Ferrand, international practice leader at Marsh Captive Solutions.

“Ian has extensive experience in managing and developing captive insurance programmes that help protect our clients from the increasingly complex risks they now face,” commented Thomas-Ferrand.

“Under his leadership, he will make sure that our Guernsey operations deliver the services and solutions that captive clients require to continue to be successful.”


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