Guy Carpenter gives lift to property catastrophe proposition


Guy Carpenter & Company, a global risk and reinsurance specialist and a business of Marsh & McLennan Companies, has announced the appointment of Paul Miller to lead its property catastrophe value proposition for the UK, Global Specialties and key global clients. Miller will step into the role effective September 2021.

In his new role, Miller will be responsible for delivering solutions to clients and prospects across Guy Carpenter’s UK and Global Specialties property catastrophe broking, analytics and advisory platforms. He will also work with broking and analytics teams to provide his expertise on key global accounts, Guy Carpenter said. Miller will report to Kevin Fisher, chairman of Guy Carpenter UK.

“Paul is a fantastic addition to the Guy Carpenter team as we continue to expand our capabilities in the property catastrophe arena,” Fisher said. “He has continually demonstrated his impact through a combination of modelling, financial and broking insight for clients with both regional and global exposures.”

Miller has more than 30 years of experience in the reinsurance industry, working in both the UK and the Netherlands. He joins Guy Carpenter from Aon, where he most recently served as head of international catastrophe management. He began his career as an underwriting assistant at Lennox Underwriting, and later moved into the analytics space as a catastrophe model developer at Greig Fester.

“Paul’s deep subject-matter expertise will uniquely complement Guy Carpenter’s global strategic advisory capabilities,” said Rob Bentley, CEO of global strategic advisory at Guy Carpenter. “His leadership experience, market relationships and insights are invaluable to our clients as we address the changing nature of catastrophic risk.”

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