Lockton Re, the global reinsurance business of the world’s largest privately held independent insurance broker, is pleased to announce that Jaimie Hunter has joined Lockton Re as a Senior Broker supporting client development with a focus across their Casualty business in North America on a range of client solutions including treaty and facultative program solutions for casualty, auto, and professional liability. Jaimie will be based in Lockton Re’s new Stamford, Connecticut location.
“Jaimie has a long track record of success as a client advocate and leader, and we are thrilled she has joined the team. Jaimie’s experience in working with some of the most complex global reinsurance buyers means she knows how to provide exceptional service for our clients, adding to our best-in-class platform,” commented Nick Durant, North America CEO, Lockton Re. “Additionally, we are looking forward to having a new Lockton Re office in Stamford. Our growing client and talent base makes Stamford the right location for us to expand,” said Nick Durant.
Prior to joining Lockton Re, Jaimie spent over twenty years at Guy Carpenter, and most recently was a Managing Director in New York, where she led treaties, facultative and hybrid/automatic facultative placements, working with some of the industry’s biggest clients.
Commenting on her appointment, Jaimie Hunter said, “I am delighted to be working with an empowered and dynamic team, and building on the momentum that Lockton Re has already created. The focus on value creation for clients, with a fresh, forward-looking approach to reinsurance broking, is what makes Lockton Re so compelling for colleagues and clients alike.”
Tim Gardner, Global CEO, Lockton Re, concludes, “The growth we are experiencing is a reflection of the exceptional talent we have been able to attract, and adding Jaimie to the team is a testament to that. I am excited to work with Jaimie and know that her deep expertise and proven leadership will further elevate how we address our clients’ evolving needs and continue to drive our collaborative culture.”