Lefebvre to leave Hamilton Re
Claude Lefebvre, a founding member of Hamilton Re, is to leave the firm to pursue other interests.
The Bermudian-based reinsurer said today that Mr Lefebvre, chief underwriting officer, partnerships and casualty reinsurance, will stay on in his current role until the end of March “to facilitate an orderly transition”.
From April, he will remain available to Hamilton Re while completing his period of garden leave.
“Claude’s role in founding and building Hamilton Re has been meaningful,” Kathleen Reardon, chief executive officer of Hamilton Re, said. “He was instrumental in assisting us in building a market reputation for superior client service.
“Hamilton is grateful for Claude’s many contributions to Hamilton Re over the past six years and we wish him the best in his future endeavours.”
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