Ironshore makes European appointments

Bermuda-based Ironshore has announced that Peter Coleman has been promoted to the board of Ironshore Europe Ltd.

Mr Coleman, who joined Ironshore at its inception in Bermuda in 2007, headed up Bermuda Property. In May, he moved back to London where he will now also serve as the international divisional director of Ironshore Property. Mr Coleman is responsible for oversight of the respective business lines in the European and Bermuda offices.

In addition, John Newton has been named branch manager of Ironshore’s London office. He will remain responsible for product innovation initiatives across all companies within the Ironshore International Group.

Mark Hill has been made deputy branch manager, reporting directly to Mr Newton whilst keeping his present duties of supervising the underwriting of Ironshore Europe’s speciality casualty book of business.

“Ironshore Europe’s market presence has grown significantly across all business lines since the entity was established last year, headquartered in Dublin,” said Fiona Marry, CEO of Ironshore Europe. “These key executive appointments bring an experienced management team to our London office to further build upon strategic expansion opportunities throughout the European platform.”

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Published Jul 16, 2012 at 8:05 am (Updated Jul 16, 2012 at 8:04 am)

Ironshore makes European appointments

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