Ed Bermuda appoints head of casualty

Ed, the global reinsurance, wholesale and specialty broker, today announces the appointment of Kristina Juul as head of casualty, Bermuda. She will report to Colin Kelley, head of liability Ed Broking Bermuda.

Juul, who will join in November, brings with her more than 13 years of industry experience, and has held senior positions in both the Bermuda and London markets. Most recently, she was senior vice president, Bermuda at Marsh. Prior to this, Juul was a divisional director, casualty at BMS, specializing in energy.

Paul Scope, executive director Ed Broking Bermuda commented: “We are delighted to welcome Kristina to our team. A talented Bermudian with international experience, she will galvanize our casualty offering to independent brokers and their clients. I’m particularly looking forward to working with Kristina in developing our energy practice.”

Kelley said: “We are delighted that Kristina is joining the team at Ed: her strong reputation and demonstrated success of building business from the ground up will be a tremendous asset to our Bermuda business.  Attracting an individual of her calibre is a testament to the quality of operations we have established in Bermuda, and her experience will be vital in the expansion of our platform here.”

Juul added: "I continue to be impressed by Ed, whose commitment to Bermuda and enthusiasm for this exciting venture is unwavering. I’m thrilled to be joining this strong dynamic team to expand their casualty offering, and to be returning to my independent roots. Colin and his team have worked hard to build a solid foundation and a burgeoning business and I look forward to contributing to Ed’s ongoing success.


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