Man Carpenter faucets world public sector head
Guy Carpenter, a global risk and reinsurance specialist and a business of Marsh McLennan, has announced the appointment of Julian Enoizi (pictured above) as global head of public sector, effective April 11.
In the newly created role, Enoizi will lead Guy Carpenter’s public sector practice, where he will work with the global team to identify opportunities to address systemic risks, such as cyber and climate change, and develop solutions that facilitate a closer working relationship between public and private entities. Enoizi will be based in London and will report to David Priebe, chairman of Guy Carpenter.
Enoizi has more than 25 years of experience leading international insurance operations in continental European, London and Lloyd’s markets. Prior to joining Guy Carpenter, he was the CEO of Pool Re, the UK government-backed terrorism reinsurer that operates as a public-private partnership.
During his tenure at Pool Re, Enoizi presided over significant advancements to the organization, including the renewal of its unlimited guarantee. He played a central role in discussions about how the UK could better manage the risks on the government’s balance sheet. These discussions resulted in the joint development of the Resilience UK initiative, which aims to encourage industry and government collaboration to tackle systemic risks and protection gaps beyond terrorism.
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Enoizi has also held leadership roles including managing director of ProSight Specialty Underwriters, president and CEO of Argo Managing Agency, and president and CEO of CNA Europe Holdings.
“At Guy Carpenter, we remain committed to helping develop and secure public-private partnerships, which is vital to enhancing community resilience,” said Dean Klisura, president and CEO of Guy Carpenter. “Julian’s understanding of the importance of such partnerships and his extensive market experience make him the ideal person to lead our global public sector practice.”