Julian Enoizi appointed executive-in-residence at the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

Julian Enoizi appointed executive-in-residence at the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies 150 150 Haggie Partners

The Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies (CCRS) at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School has appointed Pool Re CEO Julian Enoizi as executive-in-residence. He will take up this advisory role as of 1 Feb 2022.

The role of executive-in-residence was created by CCRS to enable it to bring in senior executives from companies in a variety of industries to contribute their practical experience to the Centre’s strategy of bridging theory to practice. Executives help enable selected research tracks with their unique business perspectives and outreach capabilities.

Dr Michelle Tuveson, executive director and chairman of the advisory board at CCRS, commented: “We are delighted that Julian has accepted this role.  His perspective as CEO of a unique organisation such as Pool Re and his in-depth knowledge of how the global insurance industry is approaching systemic risk will mean that he can provide valuable insights and advice to guide our research.”

Julian Enoizi said: “CCRS carries out sterling work providing frameworks for recognising, assessing and managing the impacts of systemic threats – work which has never been more vital. I am looking forward to engaging with them in considering how catastrophes and their impacts ripple across an increasingly connected world, and offering advice backed by 25 years in the commercial insurance world.”

Dr Trevor Maynard, director of systemic risk research at CCRS, also commented: “Julian will amplify our research on the benefits of managing systemic risk, and crucially, our ability to reach decision makers who connect information to investment.”

CCRS also recently launched a new research consortium on protecting society from future systemic risks. Funding will be provided by an international consortium of companies including Pool Re. The research will support the creation and extension of private-public market institutions and develop new risk transfer products and advisory services.