TigerRisk names replacement for retiring CFO


TigerRisk Partners, the risk, capital and strategic advisor to the global re/insurance industry, has named Jonathon D’Arcy as chief financial officer (CFO).

D’Arcy replaces Milan Radonich, who has served at TigerRisk for over 13 years and will retire at the end of this year, but will remain a senior financial advisor to TigerRisk Partners.

D’Arcy joins from ARCEO.AI, a private equity start-up in cyber risk analytics and insurance launched under the Resilience brand, where he served as CFO. Before that he spent 23 years at JLT, serving as CFO and chief operating officer for JLT Re in North America from 2014 to 2020. 

He is based in Tiger’s New York office and reports to Rob Bredahl, president of TigerRisk.

Rod Fox, TigerRisk’s chief executive officer, said: “Jonathon comes to Tiger at an exciting time when our organization is growing rapidly, and the industry is changing by the day. His long track record and proven expertise will be vital to TigerRisk.”

D’Arcy added: “The TigerRisk team has built a distinguished and dynamic entrepreneurial business, and I look forward to supporting the company in the next stages of its growth.”

TigerRisk, Jonathon D’Arcy, Milan Radonich, Rod Fox

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