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JLT Specialty Insurance Services Inc., a unit of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group P.L.C., has launched an environmental team with several former Aon Risk Solutions executives.
The team will provide brokerage and advisory services in the energy, construction, environmental, professional, finance and aerospace areas, JLT Specialty said Wednesday in a statement.
Greg Schilz, former Aon Risk Solutions managing director, will head the environmental team as executive vice president and environmental leader, the firm said. He will be based in San Francisco.
Chicago-based Michael McGinn, who most recently was a business development director for Entrix Inc., joins JLT Specialty as senior vice president, and Los Angeles-based Jamin Valdez, former account executive at Aon Risk Solutions, joins as vice president, according to the statement.
JLT Specialty also said it named Cynthia Evanko Olinger as senior vice president and construction professional liability leader, working closely with the environmental practice. San Francisco-based Ms. Olinger was most recently a director with Aon Risk Solutions, according to the statement.
New JLT RE CEO
In a separate statement released Friday, JLT Reinsurance Brokers Ltd., the reinsurance arm of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group, announced it has named Ed Hochberg as CEO of JLT Re in North America.
Mr. Hochberg was most recently global head of analytics, banking and advisory with the company, JLT Re said. He joined JLT Re following the Towers Watson Re acquisition in 2013, according to the statement.
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group P.L.C. on Tuesday said its financial performance remains in line with expectations even though conditions are challenging for insurance and reinsurance brokerages.