Marsh and Guy Carp announce senior appointments

Marsh and Guy Carpenter have announced a number of leadership changes.

Paul Moody has been appointed UK CEO, Guy Carpenter, effective 1st September and subject to regulatory approval. Based in London, Mr Moody will report to Dean Klisura, president, Guy Carpenter and assume responsibility for Guy Carpenter’s UK property casualty business. He has held his current position of CEO, Marsh Specialty, UK & Ireland since 2018. During his 22 years with Marsh, Mr Moody has developed and led successful strategic growth initiatives in the UK financial lines and specialty divisions.

Dominic Samengo-Turner is appointed CEO, Marsh Specialty, UK & Ireland, effective 1st September and subject to regulatory approval. Also based in London, he will report to Chris Lay, CEO, Marsh, UK & Ireland, and Lucy Clarke, president of Marsh Specialty and Global Placement. Mr. Samengo-Turner is currently the global head of facultative reinsurance at Guy Carpenter having previously served as head of Marsh Specialty, Asia, following Marsh’s acquisition of JLT. With more than 35 years’ experience in global and specialty markets, he also spent 23 years at Willis Towers Watson in several leadership roles before joining JLT in 2015.

Toby Wemyss is appointed global head of facultative reinsurance, Guy Carpenter. Reporting to Mr Moody, Mr Wemyss is expected to join the London office in the fourth quarter of 2021. He joins Guy Carpenter from Willis Towers Watson, where he has been global head of facultative for the previous four years. Mr. Wemyss has also served as Regional CEO of Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa and CEO of Global Markets, International for Willis Towers Watson.

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