Background

Speakers at the Baden-Baden Reinsurance Symposium include:



Luca Albertini
Founding Partner & CEO, Leadenhall Capital Partners

Luca Albertini is a founding partner and CEO of Leadenhall Capital Partners, a London-based asset manager focused only on insurance linked investments founded in 2008 and currently with over USD4bn assets under management. Prior to setting up Leadenhall Luca was Head of the European ILS team at Swiss Re Capital Markets in London. Prior to joining Swiss Re Luca worked at Credit Suisse First Boston, GE Capital and Citibank in London.


Adrian Jones
Head of Strategy & Development at SCOR Global P&C

Adrian Jones is Head of Strategy & Development at SCOR Global P&C.  Based in Paris, he is a member of SCOR’s P&C Leadership Team and has responsibility for InsurTech as well as strategy, M&A, broker relationships, and marketing.


Prior to joining SCOR a year ago, he spent 6 years as head of strategy at RenaissanceRe in Bermuda, where he led the day-to-day integration of Platinum Underwriters Ltd.  He joined the industry during nine years at Bain & Company, where he consulted on strategy in financial services, private equity, and a variety of other industries.

Adrian holds an MBA from Columbia and a bachelor’s degree from Wharton.    



James Nash
President, International Division, Guy Carpenter

As President of Guy Carpenter’s International Division, James is responsible for defining and executing strategic growth priorities in EMEA, Asia Pacific and Latin America. James joined Guy Carpenter in 1985 after working for chartered accountants, Panell Kerr Foster, and has more than thirty years’ experience in the reinsurance industry. In 1999, he relocated from London to Asia, and was an integral part of the Regional Management team with responsibility for the Specialty Practices and the roll out of Guy Carpenter’s Analytical platform. In 2008, he assumed the position of CEO, Asia Pacific, and joined the firm’s Global Executive Committee.


Dr. Joachim Wenning
Chairman of the Board of Management, Munich Re

Dr. Joachim Wenning was born in Jerusalem, Israel, in 1965. After obtaining a degree in economics at the University of Munich, he joined Munich Re in 1991, where he worked until early 1997 as a treaty specialist with technical responsibility for life reinsurance clients in Germany. Parallel to this, Dr. Wenning wrote his doctoral thesis, for which he was awarded the designation of Dr. oec. publ. in 1995. At the beginning of 1997, Dr. Wenning transferred to the Group company Hamburg-Mannheimer Versicherungs-AG in Hamburg for two and a half years, during which time he implemented a number of strategic projects to realign marketing and sales. Following his return from Hamburg, Dr. Wenning headed the department "Life Reinsurance Latin America, Southern Europe and the Middle East" from mid-2000 onwards, with responsibility for life reinsurance business in these areas. Following his appointment in May 2005 to the position of CEO of New Re, Geneva, Dr. Wenning took over responsibility for the company's strategic development, with an expanded mandate for financial solutions in life and health reinsurance and for financial institutions business.

Dr. Wenning has been a Member of the Board of Management of Munich Re since 1 January 2009. From January 2009 to January 2017, he was responsible for the Life Division, and from October 2013 until April 2017 he was also responsible for the Human Resources division and held the position of Labour Relations Director.

Dr. Wenning was appointed Chairman of the Board of Management with effect from 27 April 2017 and is responsible for Group Holdings; Group Strategy and M&A; Group Communications; Group Audit; Economics; Sustainability and Public Affairs; Group Human Resources and Group Executive Affairs.

SPEAKERS
  • Luca Albertini

    Luca Albertini

    Founding Partner & CEO, Leadenhall Capital Partners
  • Adrian Jones

    Adrian Jones

    Head of Strategy & Development, SCOR Global P&C
  • James Nash

    James Nash

    President, International Division, Guy Carpenter
  • Dr. Joachim Wenning

    Dr. Joachim Wenning

    Chairman of the Board of Management, Munich Re