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Aspen appoints new Bermuda CUO

Aspen’s Bermuda subsidiary, Aspen Bermuda Ltd, has promoted its London-based marine and terrorism reinsurance head to the role of chief underwriting officer.

Tom Meyer will retain his current responsibilities in addition to the new role as of April 1, subject to Bermuda Immigration approval.

He replaces Stefan Long, who will return to London to take on an expanded role at Aspen Re as managing director of global accounts and head of property catastrophe reinsurance.

Mr Meyer joined Aspen Re in 2006 after six years at Willis Re and four years at Allianz, where he held a range of broking and underwriting roles.

The new CUO will report directly to James Few, CEO of Aspen Re and Aspen Bermuda.

Announcing the appointment, Mr Few said that Meyer had been “instrumental” in building Aspen Re’s marine and terrorism business.

“Stefan Long has been central to the success of our Bermuda underwriting business and I would like to thank him for his significant contribution to ABL and look forward to working with him as we develop Aspen Re’s business globally,” he added.

Tom Meyer: Aspen Bermuda’s new chief underwriting officer

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Published January 16, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated January 15, 2013 at 7:00 pm)

Aspen appoints new Bermuda CUO

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