Hamilton Re, the Bermuda-based insurance and reinsurance platform for Hamilton Insurance Group, announced that Hanni Ali has been promoted to senior vice president, Risk & Analytics.
Ali, who joined Hamilton in July 2014, leads the Risk & Analytics function at Hamilton Re. Overseeing a team of nine that includes catastrophe modellers and data scientists, he has responsibility for providing the portfolio reporting for Hamilton’s management, Board, regulators, market bodies and rating agencies.
In particular, Ali directs the development of Hamilton Risk & Analytics Platform (HARP), a proprietary, comprehensive reinsurance system used across Hamilton to provide high performance stochastic pricing and portfolio calculations. HARP is considered one of the most advanced platforms of its type currently in use in the re/insurance industry.
Ali came to Hamilton Re after two years with Allied World Assurance Co. where he was responsible for developing pricing and portfolio accumulation, reporting and analytics systems, and the pricing of inwards and outwards reinsurance contracts.
Between 2008 and 2012, Ali worked for Montpelier Re where he was involved in the establishment of Montpelier’s Lloyd’s Syndicate 5151 and associated managing agent, supporting underwriting and risk management of binders, treaty, retro, direct and facultative business.
Prior to entering the reinsurance sector, Ali worked for four years in London’s financial services sector, developing equity, commodity and foreign exchange pricing models. He also ran his own startup, developing High Performance Computing (HPC) systems.
Ali holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Imperial College in London, England. He is an Associate of the Royal College of Science (ARCS), an Associate Member of the Institute of Physics and an associate of the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS).
“This is a well-deserved, well-earned promotion,” said Hamilton Re CEO Kathleen Reardon. “At Hamilton, we’ve set an aspirational mission: we’re writing the future of risk. Hanni’s commitment to our mission and his impressive work in this regard have been, and will continue to be, key contributors to our success.”
Source: Hamilton Re
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