, Hong Kong

Peak Re appoints new P&C underwriting chief

He was recently the previous underwriting chief of Echo Re.

Hong Kong-based global reinsurer, Peak Reinsurance Company Limited, has appointed Piotr Nowakowski as director and head of Product Underwriting for the company’s property and casualty business.

Nowakowski will have direct responsibility for the underwriting function, including underwriting governance and controls, portfolio management, and product development for the Company’s global P&C business. Nowakowski will be based in Hong Kong, and report to Peak Re CEO Franz Josef Hahn.

Nowakowski was most recently the chief underwriting officer, Worldwide for Echo Re. Prior to joining Echo Re, he worked for SCOR for more than 16 years in local, regional, and global positions, including nine years as general manager of SCOR’s Japan office in Tokyo, and head of Strategy and Development, general secretary of SCOR’s Global P&C business in Paris, France.

Nowakowski also holds two diplomas from Ecole National d’Administration, Paris, France, and a Masters degree from Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland.

His appointment will take effect in February 2022.

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