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Cayman Captive Association Announces New Chair and Board Members

February 11, 2015

Kieran O’Mahony of Marsh Cayman took over the chairmanship of the Insurance Managers Association of Cayman (IMAC), and a new IMAC Board was elected at its recent 2015 Annual General Meeting. 

The new IMAC Board members are Linda Haddleton (Kane), vice chair and chair of Education Committee; Stephen Gray (Willis), treasurer; Jennifer Reid (Global Captive Management), secretary; John Pitcairn (Artex), chair of Educational Scholarship Foundation; Erin Brosnihan (Kensington), chair of Forum Committee; JS de Jager (CSI International), chair of Marketing Committee; Seamus Tivenan (SRS), chair of Regulatory and Legislative Committee; and Adrian Lynch (Aon), chair of Research and Development Committee.

Outgoing Chairperson Rob Leadbetter expressed his thanks to his board for their support and hard work over the past 2 years, and he welcomed Kieran O’Mahony to the chair. “As a group, we have accomplished great things for Cayman’s captive insurance industry and I am confident that under Kieran, the association will continue to carry the flag for Cayman and to work tirelessly to ensure its continued dominance and strength in the industry,” said Leadbetter.

O’Mahony’s plans for his term as IMAC chairperson include continuing to develop the relationship between industry and legislators and regulators, and proactively promoting Cayman’s captive insurance industry in its existing and new markets. “Cayman has an exceptional story to tell – a fantastic product with world-class managers and service providers, and a lengthy history of providing an innovative and business-oriented environment that is trusted the world round,” he said. 

The Educational Scholarship Committee reported that, through its efforts, 27 Caymanian students are now backed by $2.3 million in IMAC Scholarship funding. 

View the IMAC website.

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