Jackson to Represent BrokersLink’s Latin America Interests

October 11, 2011

BrokersLink, the independent insurance broker network, announced changes to its representation in Latin America. The bulletin said: “Following a decision by Alinter, the international arm of Mexican insurance and services specialist Grupo CP, to focus on local market growth its Group Chairman, Juan Ignácio Casanueva, has resigned from the BrokersLink board.

“As a result his responsibilities in Latin America have been assumed by existing board member and region specialist Steve Jackson,” the CEO of Latin America for Cooper Gay & Co. He will also continue to lead BrokersLink’s reinsurance activities.

José Fonseca, BrokersLink’s Chairman for Latin American market, commented: “The decision to reorganize our representation in Latin America was made jointly by BrokersLink and Grupo CP as a result of the clear recognition that, at this point in time, both organizations are following different strategic directions. For Grupo CP this means focusing on expansion of the group in the Mexican market while BrokersLink continues to pursue its clear global growth plan.

“By handing the representation of the region to Steve Jackson we look forward to continued growth and development in the key Latin American market.”

Source: BrokersLink

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