Lloyd’s Promotes Miesowitz to Succeed Retiring Gunset as U.S. General Counsel

March 4, 2020

Lloyd’s of London has promoted Sabrina Miesowitz to U.S. general counsel to succeed Joe Gunset who is retiring from the role after almost 20 years at Lloyd’s.

Miesowitz, who was formerly the deputy U.S. general counsel, will take on her new responsibilities when Gunset retires at the end of March. She joined Lloyd’s in 2010 from law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf. For almost 10 years she has worked with U.S. regulators and provided legal support regarding Lloyd’s access to the U.S. insurance and reinsurance markets.

In her new role, Miesowitz will be responsible for developing Lloyd’s regulatory strategy in the U.S. and managing government affairs with U.S. regulators at federal and state level.

Gunset joined Lloyd’s in the summer of 2000 as Lloyd’s first full-time U.S. general counsel. He intends to move into a strategic advisory role in the New York office of the law firm McGlinchey Stafford.

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