Ironshore International has announced plans for its Mergers & Acquisitions unit to establish a presence in the Americas. The unit will “address complex, multi-jurisdictional transactions within the North and Latin American regions,” according to Ironshore.
The Americas team will be headed up by Navine K. Aggarwal, senior vice president and head of mergers & acquisitions for the Americas, who will be based in New York. The team will also make management appointments in New York, Toronto and Atlanta.
Andrew Stewart will operate from the Toronto office, while Elizabeth Cunnane will operate from Atlanta.
“Ironshore International is broadening its vision to build a truly integrated global mergers & acquisitions practice with experienced, specialty underwriters dedicated to the Americas region,” said Rowan Bamford, global head of mergers & acquisitions and tax insurance. “Under Navine’s leadership, we now have in place a strong team of professionals, serving domestic markets that are complementary to our established global practice.”
Aggarwal was most recently vice president of mergers & acquisitions for Allied World Assurance Company. In that capacity, he established and launched AWAC’s North American practice group, with a focus on structuring representations and warranties and tax and contingent liability coverages for private equity firms and corporate-driven transactions.
Ironshore International provides comprehensive specialty coverages in the M&A sector, including representations and warranties, warranty and indemnity, and tax liability programs for complex corporate transactional risk.
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