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PartnerRe to reorganize P&C business

PartnerRe Ltd. will reorganize its property and casualty business into three regional units: Americas; Europe, Middle-East and Africa; and Asia-Pacific.

Philippe Meyenhofer, current deputy CEO of P&C and head of P&C in Europe, will become the leader of the EMEA regional unit.

James Beedle will continue to lead the Asia-Pacific unit as head of P&C in the region and CEO of Partner Reinsurance Asia Pte. Ltd. He will also assume executive responsibility for the global clients and broker management unit.

Jon Schriber, head of structured risk in North America, will assume responsibility for the P&C business in the region as the company looks for an executive to lead the Americas division.

Greg Haft was named CEO for specialty lines. He served as deputy CEO of the business since January 2018, leading the property, marine and energy unit.

Charles Goldie, CEO of P&C, will leave the company as part of the reorganization.

The reorganization will take effect April 1.