Transatlantic Reinsurance Company Announces Promotions

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- At its regularly scheduled meeting, the Board of Directors of Transatlantic Reinsurance Company, an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Alleghany Corporation (NYS: Y) , elected the following officers:

New York:

    Socrates Pichardo - Senior Vice President
Tanya Korobeinikova - Vice President
Claude Bunick - Vice President
 

London:

Douglas Murray - Senior Vice President
Louise Rose - Senior Vice President
 
Graham Daly - Vice President
Robin Mitchell - Vice President
 
Michael Falzon - Assistant Vice President
John Robinson - Assistant Vice President
 

Hong Kong:

Arthur Chu - Assistant Vice President
 

Transatlantic Reinsurance Company, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Alleghany Corporation, is a leading international reinsurance organization headquartered in New York with operations worldwide. Transatlantic and its subsidiaries, Trans Re Zurich Reinsurance Company Ltd. and Fair American Insurance and Reinsurance Company (FAIRCO), offer reinsurance capacity on both a treaty and facultative basis - structuring programs for a full range of property and casualty products, with an emphasis on specialty risks.


Visit www.transre.com for additional information about TransRe.

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