Leadenhall’s Adolph moves to Bermuda office

Ben Adolph has moved to the Bermuda office of Leadenhall Capital Partners LLP.

Leadenhall is a London-headquartered insurance and reinsurance-linked investment manager.

Mr Adolph’s transfer from the London office will give Leadenhall’s a senior presence on the island, the organisation said.

Mr Adolph, managing partner and head of non-life portfolio management, has worked for Leadenhall since 2013.

He said: “This exciting development for Leadenhall will help advance a more complete coverage of the market by generating additional contact points with Leadenhall’s strategic counterparties in the major insurance-linked and reinsurance hubs, but it does not signal a shift away from Leadenhall’s current investment-sourcing channels which it will continue to develop further.”

The transfer was reported on cat bond, insurance-linked securities and alternative reinsurance capital website, Artemis.

The ILS manager has around $5.5 billion of reinsurance-linked assets under management. It has offices in London, Bermuda and the United States, Artemis reported, but also benefits thanks to its joint venture with MS Amlin that provides it a presence in the major reinsurance hubs including London, Bermuda, Zurich, Singapore, the US and Japan.

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Published Aug 16, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Aug 16, 2019 at 12:04 am)

Leadenhall’s Adolph moves to Bermuda office

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