BMA’s Weldon joins Marsh Captive Solutions

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    Shelby Weldon

Former Bermuda Monetary Authority executive Shelby Weldon has joined insurance broker and risk manager Marsh Captive Solutions.

Mr Weldon, who was most recently director of licensing and authorisations at the BMA, will lead a team of 14 captive management professionals delivering Marsh’s captive management and consulting services as part of the firm’s senior management.

Lawrence Bird, head of Marsh’s Bermuda office, said: “We are delighted that Shelby Weldon has joined Marsh Captive Solutions.

“His time at the BMA brings to our clients a high profile captives practitioner with unparalleled knowledge and an innovative thinker and problem solver who will work on their behalf.”

Mr Weldon previously served at the BMA as director of compliance and deputy director of insurance supervision.

He has amassed 30 years of experience in Bermuda financial services and began his career as an auditor at an international audit firm.

Marsh is a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan, a global professional services company.

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Published Aug 16, 2016 at 1:11 pm (Updated Aug 16, 2016 at 1:11 pm)

BMA’s Weldon joins Marsh Captive Solutions

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