People Moves: Peak Capital’s Manning to Miller; Carpenter’s Jones to Lockton Re, and Aon’s Mula to McGill and Partners

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This wrap-up of international People Moves details recent appointments at three brokers: Miller, Lockton Re and McGill and Partners.

A summary of these new hires follows here.

Miller, a London-based independent specialist re/insurance broker, announced the appointment of Erik Manning as head of Insurance-Linked Securities (ILS).

Manning is due to commence his role in the third quarter, subject to approval by the Bermuda Department of Immigration. He will report into Charlie Simpson, head of Bermuda.

Erik Manning

Manning, who brings significant industry experience, will concentrate on developing best-in-class ILS and other insurance risk-to-capital solutions to the benefit of Miller’s clients. His appointment builds on the recruitment of Simpson earlier this year as head of Bermuda as the firm applies a continued focus to reinsurance expansion.

Manning has over 20 years’ experience in the sector and joins from Peak Capital where he was CEO. Prior to that, he was managing director at Aon Bermuda and has also held senior roles at Markel Re and Guy Carpenter. Erik holds a Ph.D. from the University of London.

Manning will be joined in Bermuda by Sebastian Alexander, who relocates from Miller’s London office, and Francesca Cacace. Alexander has extensive market and client relationships and has experience in the ILS arena, placing industry loss warranties (ILW) and also in the traditional markets in London, Europe and North America. Cacace will provide support to Miller’s Bermuda team, bringing her diverse experience and local Bermudian knowledge.


Lockton Re, the global reinsurance business of the world’s largest privately held independent insurance broker, announced that Ollie Jones will be joining Lockton Re in London later this year as a broker in the Marine & Energy Division.

Jones will join from Guy Carpenter where he was most recently a vice president in the Global Marine & Energy practice. Prior to that he was a Broker at JLT Re, where he started his career.


McGill and Partners announced that Warren Mula has joined the London-based broker as a non-executive director of McGill Global Risk Solutions LLC and a strategic adviser to McGill and Partners.

Warren Mula

McGill and Partners has grown significantly in its first two years of operation, and Mula’s role will be to support this growth with a particular focus on the specialist broker’s U.S. plans, encompassing talent, clients, markets and intermediary partners.

Mula joins McGill and Partners after 40 years’ service with Aon, most recently as president of Aon Risk Solutions. This included responsibility for all of Aon’s Global Specialty business strategies as well as global carrier relations. This position was held alongside his ongoing responsibilities as the Global CEO of Aon Broking.

Mula’s previous experience also encompassed a variety of senior management and leadership positions, including chairman of Aon Risk Services Companies Inc., managing principal of the U.S. Northeast region, national U.S. head of the Strategic Account Management Group and managing director of the Baltimore/Washington D.C. offices.

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