Articles - Hanover Search Group appoints Zastawna as Senior Consultant


 As part of their continuing expansion efforts, London-based Hanover Search Group has named Ari Zastawna Senior Consultant, reporting in to Managing Partner James Ridd. The Hanover Search Group is one of the largest and most recognized executive search brands both in the UK and Internationally within the Financial Services sector, and especially in insurance markets. Established in 1996, Hanover has consistently featured as one of the top 10 boutique search firms within the Executive Grapevines annual survey of the global recruitment market.

 James Ridd stated “Part of our UK insurance strategy is to be as strong across Underwriting & Claims as other technical disciplines where we are recognised leaders: Actuarial, Audit & Risk. Ari fills this gap perfectly and we are very pleased to have her as part of the UK team. She brings great energy and expertise to the business.”

 Ari has over 8 year’s experiences, having successfully conducted multiple senior Underwriting & Claims engagements for Lloyd’s, London and International Insurance markets. At Hanover Ari will focus on senior and strategic Underwriting & Claims assignments across UK Insurance client base. She will also be working on International assignments with the US Underwriting practice.

 Prior to joining Hanover, Ari led the Underwriting & Claims team for a large UK Financial Services recruitment firm that focuses on broader Financial Services recruitment offering. There she was responsible for client development and engagement delivery for all underwriting and claims recruitment.

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