Ed continues to build transactional risk team

Ed, the global reinsurance, wholesale and specialty broker, today announces the appointment of Robert Coward, a qualified corporate lawyer, as Divisional Director in its Professional and Executive Risk team, effective immediately. Robert will report to Niraj Perera, Head of Transactional Risk.

In this role Robert’s legal expertise will provide invaluable support in providing insurance solutions for M&A transactions, including warranty and indemnity, tax liability and contingent liability. Robert joins Ed from one of the leading law firms, Travers Smith, where, he was an Associate working in the private equity team. Prior to this, Robert was an Associate at McDermott Will & Emery, where he specialised in corporate M&A.

Niraj said: “Robert’s appointment is indicative of Ed’s continued commitment and ambition to expand its bespoke transactional risk offering.  Despite challenging times, there is currently a sharp focus on the M&A market, and we are confident that our ability to hire and invest in the best industry talent means that we can provide top-tier support and advice to our clients. Robert’s UK and international legal experience in M&A transactions will be an asset to our team, as we deliver specialty solutions to our private equity and legal clients.”

 

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