Horseshoe wins reinsurance facilitator award
Horseshoe has won the “Reinsurance Facilitator of the Year” award at the 2020 Trading Risk Awards.
The Trading Risk Awards are regarded as a prestigious honour in the insurance-linked securities market. This year’s award event was held online.
The judging panel recognised Horseshoe for its strong market share and the depth and breadth of solutions on which they have advised, implemented and managed during last year.
Horseshoe’s market coverage has about $50 billion of assets supporting a broad range of structures and facilitating all types of ILS platforms and transactions. Horseshoe was acquired by Artex, a Gallagher company, in November last year and the combined Horseshoe and Artex ILS team, trading as Horseshoe, is now the largest ILS service provider in the market.
Andre Perez, chief executive officer of Horseshoe, said: “This award recognises Horseshoe’s outstanding team within the convergence market. Winning the Reinsurance Facilitator of the Year Award is a fantastic achievement and we are truly honoured, especially given the calibre of the other finalists in the category.
“This award is a tribute to the greater Horseshoe team, which includes the Artex ILS team, who go above and beyond every day to help our clients succeed. Like any other business, Horseshoe is only as good as its people.”
He said Horseshoe’s proposition is built upon deep knowledge, expertise and the delivery of service excellence across insurance management, risk transformation, fund administration, advisory and corporate services, with the ‘one stop shop’ business model delivering “tremendous benefit” to clients in a number of ways, primarily the ease of accessing solutions.
Mr Perez added: “Being a client centric enterprise and committed to our clients’ success, we continue to enhance our offering, invest in cutting edge proprietary and industry leading technologies, so we can support our clients to achieve operational excellence and sustainable growth in this ever changing world.”
• Horseshoe has a website at www.horseshoeglobal.com
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