Himmer to head Third Point Re’s London office

  • Third Point Re CEO John Berger

    Third Point Re CEO John Berger


Bermuda-based Third Point Re is expanding with yesterday’s announcement that the company will be opening a London subsidiary office, pending regulatory approval.

The subsidiary, to be named Third Point Re Marketing (UK) Ltd, pending approval, will be head by Clare Himmer as managing director.

Ms Himmer will be responsible for locating market opportunities in the UK and in Continental Europe.

Third Point Re is involved with several lines of business, including property catastrophe, auto and crop insurance.

“We are thrilled that someone of Clare’s calibre has joined our organisation,” said John Berger, CEO of Third Point Reinsurance Ltd. “Her 20 years of experience in the field of international reinsurance and her network of market relationships will make her a critical player in expanding our business.”

Ms Himmer was formerly head of International Treaty Reinsurance and senior vice-president at Allied World Assurance in Bermuda. Prior to joining Allied World in 2003, Ms Himmer was the senior underwriter and deputy head of the UK and Ireland Treaty Department of Hannover Re. Ms Himmer holds a BA Hons in Management Studies and German from the University of Leeds.

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Published Aug 31, 2012 at 6:00 am (Updated Aug 30, 2012 at 7:48 pm)

Himmer to head Third Point Re’s London office

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