We are delighted to announce a number of senior hires in our energy division. David Hallows joins as Partner, reporting to Simon Clarkson, Head of Alesco’s energy team, alongside other new Partners Rob Neighbour and William Holden. Charlotte Clayton completes the list of new hires taking up the position of Associate Partner.

Together the team adds more than 50 years of experience the international energy market. David Hallows alone has more than 30 years of senior leadership and international energy experience, latterly with Willis, and will join the team in August. Rob Neighbour, Partner in Alesco’s energy team, joined the business at the end of July to focus on upstream and midstream business, predominantly out of the US and joins from THB. William Holden leaves Price Forbes to join the Alesco team as lead broker for the US Energy Casualty business. Charlotte Clayton joins as an Associate Partner within the international energy team and was previously at Willis.

This string of new hires demonstrates the strength of Alesco’s reputation in the energy market for recruiting the highest calibre individuals attracted by its absolute focus on expertise and client service.

John Thompson, Managing Partner – Energy & Construction at Alesco, said: “Alesco’s energy team is having a record year, and I’m delighted that the second half will see some more incredibly talented individuals from the industry join our expanding independent wholesale business. I am very much looking forward to working with the new team as we continue our path of growth and develop new and more effective ways to bring our capabilities and expertise to bear for our clients.”

David Hallows Executive Partner, Alesco added: “I have watched Alesco’s successful growth from afar and have been impressed by its focus on outstanding market intelligence and client service. The independence the team has to operate, trade and innovate has created a highly attractive working environment and I am looking forward to now being part of this exciting and growing team.”

Posted in News on 02/08/2017