Zurich Today, the Swiss-based reinsurer Echo Re announced Paul Hertelendy as its new Chief Underwriting Officer. In this role, he will succeed Piotr Nowakowski who has been with Echo Re for 9 years and who is leaving the company to pursue a new professional challenge.
“We very much thank Piotr for his contribution to develop Echo Re’s Underwriting activities throughout the last few years and wish him all the best for his professional and private future”, said Gilles Meyer, CEO of Echo Re. “At the same time, we are very pleased to welcome Paul Hertelendy as our future Chief Underwriting Officer who will join us on the 1st of March 2022. With his track-record and deep expertise of both P&C and Specialty Lines, he is the ideal candidate to further develop Echo Re’s growing footprint together with our strong Underwriting team. We wish Paul all the best in his new senior role in our company.”
With more than 25 years of experience in the reinsurance sector, Paul Hertelendy is an extremely experienced and well-connected reinsurance manager. In addition to his expertise in Property and Specialty Lines business, he brings an excellent track-record in strategy and business development. Most recently, he was Chief Reinsurance Investment Officer at Bernina Re Ltd. and Head Reinsurance at Credit Suisse ILS Ltd. Before this he held the position of Chief Underwriting Officer Specialty Lines at SCOR for many years as well as he was a member of the Executive Committee of SCOR Services Switzerland.
Echo Re Ltd., Brandschenkestrasse 18-20, 8001 Zurich (Switzerland)
Gregor Schulte, Chief Financial & Operating Officer, phone +41 44 283 16 17, email@example.com
About Echo Re Ltd
Echo Re Ltd. is a Zurich-based reinsurer founded in 2008 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the German DEVK Group (Rating “A-“confirmed from Standard & Poor’s and Fitch). Echo Re serves clients in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean with dedicated and extensive reinsurance know how in P&C as well as Specialty Lines of Business such as Agriculture, Marine/Energy, Engineering, Extended Warranty, Credit/Bond and Cyber.