Argus Group Holdings has named two new members to its board of directors, with each of them bringing significant but very different financial experience and expertise to the role.
Constantinos Miranthis joins the board with a wealth of experience from the re/insurance industry. He was formerly president and chief executive officer of PartnerRe and is currently a non-executive director of Hiscox and Pacific Life Re.
The other appointment, Garrett Curran, is an adviser and investor specialising in financial services, technology and real estate. He is managing director of Equilibria Capital Management in Madrid, and sits on a number of boards, including that of Santander UK as a non-executive director.
Curran spent more than 20 years in investment banking in a variety of positions in London and New York, most recently at Credit Suisse as chief executive officer of the UK business and chief client officer in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. He also managed and supervised its global markets EMEA client business.
David Brown, chairman of Argus, said the appointments’ “respective backgrounds will enable them both to play key roles in moving these strategies forward.”
Alison Hill, chief executive officer at Argus, said the institution is committed to reinvesting in the business, balancing profitability, risk, growth and strategic investments for the long-term benefit of all its stakeholders.
“As part of our future vision, we continue to be focused on improving shareholder value by undertaking strategies that will enhance the future growth, diversification and resilience of Argus’ earnings,” she added.
Argus Group, Constantinos Miranthis, Garrett Curran, David Brown, Alison Hill