Krista Bonneau to lead reinsurance and exposure management strategy
London, 4 March 2022 – Arch Insurance International, part of Arch Capital Group Ltd., has today announced the promotion of Krista Bonneau to the position of Chief Reinsurance and Exposure Officer, with immediate effect.
In this role, Bonneau will be responsible for developing and managing the ceded reinsurance and exposure management functions across Arch Insurance International’s portfolio. Based in London, she will report to Hugh Sturgess, President & Chief Executive Officer, Arch Insurance International.
Most recently, Bonneau was Senior Vice President of Ceded Reinsurance. She joined Arch Insurance Company in 2010 and joined the Ceded Reinsurance team in 2014 as an Assistant Vice President.
Commenting on the announcement, Sturgess said: “Our reinsurance procurement strategy has been a fundamental part of our strong growth in recent years. As part of our senior management team Krista has led the development of that strategy. This promotion also recognizes Krista’s contribution to our team and to our future in a dynamic and evolving marketplace.”
Bonneau added: “I am excited to be taking on this combined role, both to develop synergies between reinsurance and exposure management and to support Arch Insurance International’s goals for growth in the London Market and beyond. Our aim will be to ensure we maintain a balanced strategy which closely aligns with our overarching business objectives and helps facilitate our continued success.”
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About Arch Insurance International
Arch Insurance International is part of Arch Capital Group Ltd. and includes Arch Insurance UK and the P&C insurance operations of Arch Insurance (EU) dac, as well as Arch’s insurance operations in Europe, Bermuda and Australia.
About Arch Capital Group Ltd.
Arch Capital Group Ltd., a publicly listed Bermuda exempted company with approximately $16.3 billion in capital at Dec. 31, 2021, provides insurance, reinsurance and mortgage insurance on a worldwide basis through its wholly owned subsidiaries.
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