TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Arch Reinsurance Company today announced that François Dagneau will be appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Arch Reinsurance Company Canada Branch in June. Mr. Dagneau will replace Patrick McGuiness, who is retiring from Arch.
Mr. Dagneau joins Arch Reinsurance Company’s Canadian operations with more than 25 years of experience, most recently at AON Benfield in Canada. Jerome Halgan, President and Chief Executive Officer, Arch Reinsurance Company, said: “We are thrilled to have François joining our team given his depth and breadth of experience. He has a deep knowledge of the Canadian reinsurance market, executive management experience, as well as a strong background in both underwriting and analytics.”
In addition Rhonda Harvey, who has been a major contributor to Arch Reinsurance Company’s development in Canada since 2011 will assume the role of Chief Agent of the branch going forward, in addition to her current responsibilities as Chief Underwriting Officer, reporting to François.
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