Head of Facultative - Eastern Europe & Central Asia
Alexander Ivanov is a head of facultative for Eastern Europe and Central Asia at ConsiliumRe. Alex works in our reinsurance team, and is responsible for placing business mostly emanating from Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
He has more than 22 years’ experience in insurance and reinsurance markets, both in Latvia and in the UK, with a strong property and casualty background.
If he wasn’t working for Consilium, Alex would probably be a full-time photographer, however he manages to do both reinsurance and photography anyway.
"Being a part of an independent Lloyd’s broker is a great opportunity to assist our customers with various reinsurance solutions and yet to remain flexible."
Christian Warrener is the head of reinsurance at ConsiliumRe. Christian focuses on growing and developing the business into a reinsurance broking force.
He joined the group in February 2020 from RFIB, having also previously worked at Willis, Guy Carpenter and Lockton, where he has gained the experience of working with large company networks as well as with smaller independent clients. He has experience placing all types of accounts from large international conglomerates to small single locations.
When Christian isn’t working for ConsiliumRe, he can be found enjoying sports, cooking and travelling, as well as spending quality time with the family.
"I joined ConsiliumRe as I was excited about the vision the group’s CEO has of where ConsiliumRe can be as an international reinsurance broker, which I want to be a part of."
Deborah Martinez Ojeda
Deborah Martinez Ojeda is an account executive at ConsiliumRe. She is responsible for property accounts located in Latin America and is venturing into new areas of insurance such as civil liability.
She has worked previously as an account executive dealing with property business in Latin America and as an underwriter technician dealing with professional indemnity, personal accident and other types of business located in Italy.
If Deborah wasn’t working at ConsiliumRe, she would be spending her time developing herself and learning new things such as piano, and visiting other countries and interesting places.
"I joined ConsiliumRe because I got a very good feeling about the company and how the employees are cared for when I was interviewed. Additionally, a good environment and relationships between the team were palpable."