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Ironshore has announced a string of new appointments in the Americas as it expands its mergers and acquisitions (M&A) capabilities and extends its cover capacity.
Ironshore said that it had increased business line capacity for its mergers and acquisitions cover by $150 million. The company has also appointed a team of five executives to its M&A group in New York.
David Kavanagh joins as vice president and senior production specialist. He was previously an attorney with Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson.
Sean Harrigan, who joins from Baker & Hostetler, will serve as the vice president and senior production specialist.
Alexander Pavlou and Dana Gambro have been appointed as production specialists, and Christopher Bays as production counsel.
And finally Andrea Tsoulogiannis joins the Toronto team as assistant vice president and production specialist. Christina Merry del Val will be based in company's Miami office, serving Latin America and the Caribbean as specialty line manager.
"Ironshore has more than doubled its dedicated team of professionals within the mergers and acquisitions group in the Americas since the division was formed in mid-2016," said Rowan Bamford, global head of mergers and acquisitions and tax insurance.
"We have significantly enhanced the Ironshore footprint in the region by appointing experienced specialists in Ironshore offices to meet client demand within the US, Canadian and Latin American markets."
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