Reinsurance broker JLT Re in Philadelphia has made a number of senior appointments for its North American business:
- George Daddario has been named deputy CEO for North America Reinsurance.
- Tony Marangiello is now North America Marketplace leader.
- Craig Darling is now president of JLT Re Ventures, a unit focused on finding start-up and similar business opportunities and working with JLT Capital Markets.
- David Johnson has been appointed to the JLT Re North America Executive Committee and co-leader of Transportation Practice Group with his brother, Horace (J.J.) Johnson.
Daddario will oversee delivery of intermediary services to JLT Re’s clients and prospects in North America and will act as vice chairman of the JLT Re North America Executive Committee. He joined Towers Perrin Re in 2003, after having worked for Tower Group, Willcox, and Intere, and he serves on the board of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation.
Marangiello will be responsible for the operations of all JLT Re offices in the U.S.. In addition, he will continue to head up the Specialty Practice Business Development Unit and will expand relations with other JLT Group business in North America. Marangiello joined Towers Perrin Re in 1994 after having worked at Willis.
Prior to the acquisition of Towers Watson Re, Darling was CEO of JLT Re North America, and he led the effort to start up Weston Insurance Co. He spent nearly seven years at Willis Re, eventually rising to managing director of the North American leadership team. Prior to joining Willis Re, Darling worked at Aon Specialty Re as well as Security Re, Chubb and Interstate Fire and Casualty Companies.
Johnson joined Towers Watson Re in 2011. Prior to joining Towers Watson Re, he served as president and chief operating officer of Axiom Re.
Source: JLT Re
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