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Dean Romany

Guardian General Insurance Limited

Mr.  Romany started his career in the Insurance Industry over thirty years ago holding various senior positions within Guardian Group.  His career spanned various managerial positions at Caribbean Home Insurance Company Limited, later becoming the General Manager of the Trinidad Insurance Operations. His experience included being Technical Advisor at Caribbean Home NCB Insurance Company Limited in Jamaica, where he also lectured at the College of Insurance.

Caribbean Home Insurance later became Guardian General Insurance Limited and Mr. Romany was appointed Vice President of Technical Insurance. Since then he held a number of Executive positions within Guardian Group including Executive - Business Transformation Unit at the parent company Guardian Holdings Limited (GHL). The positions held during the period 2004 to 2017 included the post of Vice President with responsibility for Technical Governance, Reinsurance and Risk Management, then Group Chief Underwriting Officer for the Property and Casualty division. In 2017, Mr. Romany was appointed Group Chief Risk Officer for GHL, a position he held for one year.  

He is a Chartered Insurer, Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute (F.C.I.I) of London and a past Council Member of the Trinidad & Tobago Insurance Institute. Mr. Romany was also a participant in the Wharton Advanced Management Programme at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

He currently serves on the following Boards of Directors within the Guardian Group Property & Casualty Division:  Guardian General Insurance Ltd, Guardian General Insurance OECS Limited (Grenada), Diamond Fire & General Insurance (Guyana) and Royal Star Assurance Limited (Bahamas).

Mr. Romany now holds the position of President of Guardian General Insurance Limited; the largest general insurance company in the English Speaking Caribbean.  He has been married for twenty-five years and has two sons.

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