David Yearn Joins Reassurance

Appointments

David Yearn has joined independent insurance broker Reassurance's CEE team as managing director, the company tells the Budapest Business Journal.

Yearn has spent 14 years of his career with a leading international title insurer and holding a key business development role across the region. He has worked on transactions in multiple jurisdictions and multiple sectors (office, retail, industrial, hotels, and renewable energy).

His involvement in assisting to insure some of the largest single-asset and multi-asset cross-border transactions of the last decade gives him an exceptional understanding of the real estate transaction market in CEE and SEE.

“For some time I have seen the insurance landscape changing and becoming more sophisticated in the solutions and products that clients require. I am delighted to continue my career with REassurance and we have some really exciting new strategies to develop and to dovetail with our already successful business” said Yearn.

Outgoing managing director Charles Cruden, who will retain a non-executive director position within the company, added, “I recognize the demands of the role and feel comfortable handing the baton of responsibility to David to spearhead the next stage of Reassurance’s development.”

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