Artex is proud to announce that three members of its leadership team have been named to Captive Review's 2024 Power 50 List. Such strong representation on this prestigious list is indicative of Artex's world-class leadership and its unwavering commitment to helping its clients find a better way.

The Honorees.

Jennifer Gallagher
Chief Executive Officer, North America

Jennifer Gallagher

Captive Review reported that Artex may have restructured its North America operation at the start of this year to a three-pillar model, but sitting above those three pillars remains Jennifer Gallagher. One of three people who built Artex from its inception, today she is responsible for staff and business operations within the US, including mergers and acquisitions, recruitment, branding, professional standards, product development, market management and new business production.

Her leadership helped Artex win Captive Manager of the Year (> $1bn GWP) for the second year running at the 2023 Captive Review US Awards.

This is the fourth year Jennifer has been recognized in the Power 50 Top 10.

Read Jennifer's feature on Captive Review

Suzanne Sadlier
Executive Vice President — Captive Management

Suzanne Sadlier

Captive Review reported that Suzanne Sadlier joined Artex as managing director of its Cayman office in June 2022, and at the start of this year moved up to her current role after a restructure to the Artex's North American operation. That move put her in one of three key leadership positions with responsibility for captive management services, renewals, risk management services and client stewardship in the domiciles of Bermuda, Cayman, Hawaii, Vermont and South Carolina.

A popular figure known by many captive professionals in Cayman from her seven years at the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, Sadlier makes her first appearance in the Power 50 this year.

Read Suzanne's feature on Captive Review

Paul Eaton
Chief Executive Officer, EMEA

Paul Eaton

Captive Review reported that Paul Eaton's influence on the captive market gained substantially when he was promoted to CEO of Artex EMEA at the start of 2023, with responsibility for operations in Guernsey, Gibraltar, Malta, London and Singapore. The operation grew last year with the acquisition of Dublin-based Allied Risk Management in May, which Eaton said was a key deal in a "piece of the map that was missing" for the company.

The retirement at the start of this year of Nick Heys, who previously held Eaton's role and had been acting as president of Artex International, heightens Eaton's position in this part of the business.

Read Paul's feature on Captive Review

Join us in congratulating Jennifer, Suzanne and Paul on this outstanding accomplishment.