JLT FAC expands global team

JLT FAC, part of JLT Re, a global provider of reinsurance broking and consultancy has appointed two senior executives in London and its U.S. team.

In London, Nikki MELBOURNE will join the firm as Partner. She joins from RSA where she is a senior underwriter and previous to this she was underwriting at ALLIANZ and MAPFRE Global Risks. Nikki MELBOURNE is well regarded in both the London Market and LATAM region and will be a senior producer for development of UK, European and LATAM regional FAC business.

Joe VITALE will be joining JLT FAC as Head of Casualty based in the New York office. He will also be responsible for leading further expansion in the region. Joe VITALE has over twenty years' experience in the industry, most recently Senior Vice President at GUY CARPENTER and prior to that, Senior Vice President at BENFIELD heading up global facultative and casualty facultative business. Joe VITALE is expected to join JLT FAC in August subject to contractual obligations.

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