Ed continues to strengthen international facultative reinsurance offering

Ed, the global reinsurance, wholesale and specialty broker, today announces the appointment of Assad Ulhaq as senior broker and producer with immediate effect. In this role Assad will focus on international property facultative reinsurance, primarily in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Assad joins Ed with 10 years of industry experience, having most recently worked at RFIB where he was responsible for the placement of heavy industrial risks in the Middle East. He began his insurance career in 2010 at Aon, following a decade working in the airline industry, where he went on to specialise in property and special industrial risks in Australia, New Zealand, the Nordics, Benelux and South Africa. During his time in Aon’s Dubai office Assad worked on regional property business.

Jennifer D'Arcy, Head of Facultative Reinsurance said: "As we expand our international property FAC capabilities and respond to the ever-evolving marketplace, it is vital that we continue to attract top industry talent. Assad brings to the team a wealth of knowledge and global experience in the reinsurance market and his proven ability to build key market relationships will be pivotal in sourcing new business opportunities and providing clients with the best tailored solutions. I am very pleased to welcome him to the team."

 

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