OCEAN Re named Denis Nikolaytsev as Head of Representative Office for the new Moscow office

26 November 2020 — Alexandra GUZUN
OCEAN Re continues its stage of international development and expansion and will startup a new Representative Office in Moscow most probably at the beginning of the next year, appointing Denis Nikolaytsev as Head of the new office.

"Our goal is to have local presence so we can treat our clients with long term partnerships, flexible and prompt assistance and offer them our various reinsurance services. We position ourselves as a convenient reinsurance capacity and point of competence for Property, Engineering and Financial risks", declares the company's representative.

Denis Nikolaytsev has an Engineering and Financial/Insurance background. Over the last 13 years he has been developing facultative Property and Engineering business in Russia, former USSR countries and Central/Eastern Europe. For the last 6 years of his career he was manager of a representative office for A rated reinsurer Barents Re. He has a comprehensive experience with underwriting processes and methodic, brand development, an own profitable portfolio of Property/Engineering business and deep knowledge of markets.

Ocean International Reinsurance Company Ltd. is a Reinsurance Company, established by a group of businessmen with extensive experience in the insurance and reinsurance industry. The company offers a diversified product mix throughout the strategically identified geographic markets around the world. The company also offers facultative programs that are fully funded to the projected ultimate losses of the company's clients. The Ocean Re 's approach is to establish long term and transparent relationships with all their clients. For the year 2019, the company has reached 209.3 million dollars of Total Gross Premiums, with an equity of 102.4 million dollars.

Ocean Re is registered in 12 countries and currently works in 84 countries around the world. Currently, Ocean Re has offices, representations and agents in Barbados, Panama, Mexico City and soon, in London, Moscow and Bogota.

Source: Ocean Re

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