Concord, MA, October 4, 2021
Strategic Risk Solutions (“SRS”; “the Company”), the world’s leading independent insurance company manager, today announced that Richard Paris-Smith will be joining SRS as European Client Service Leader.
Paris-Smith, who will begin his new position on January 1, 2022 and report to Guernsey Managing Director Peter Child, will assume responsibility for a portfolio of existing clients while working with the SRS team to support the Company’s growth strategy in Guernsey and Europe.
“I’m thrilled that Richard has agreed to joining SRS,” said Child. “I’ve known him for many years and I’m delighted to be working with him at last. His personal values of integrity, dedication and professionalism – values shared by the SRS team – will ensure the delivery of the best possible service to our clients and represent a great fit with the independence and commitment to quality that set SRS apart.
“With Richard’s appointment, we are adding yet another top-quality professional to our team. Since officially opening our Guernsey office in February, we’ve attracted impressive talent who are excited about supporting the ongoing expansion of SRS’s European as well as global presence in captive and commercial insurance company management and insurance-linked securities.”
Paris-Smith has more than 30 years’ experience in the insurance industry. He spent 24 years in the London broking market, working for much of that time with a team focused on creating innovative reinsurance solutions. He moved to Guernsey in 2004 where he has gained significant experience in managing and advising captive and other specialized insurance and reinsurance vehicles.
About Strategic Risk Solutions (SRS) www.strategicrisks.com
SRS is the world’s leading independent insurance company manager. With over 25 years’ experience, SRS provides management and consulting services to a wide range of insurance company structures, from single parent captives to complex commercial insurers and reinsurers. SRS has operations in the United States, Europe, Barbados, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and South Africa.