Mike Jarrett steps down as CEO of Thomas Miller Americas
After 40 years at Thomas Miller, including 27 years in the New York and New Jersey offices leading Thomas Miller Americas, Mike Jarrett has retired and is being succeeded by Leo Kirchner. As President/CEO, Leo will direct and manage the full range of operations for Thomas Miller Americas. Leo will also retain his role leading the TT Club’s Americas operations.
Leanne O’Loughlin will take over Mike’s Regional Director role for the UK P&I Club.
In addition to building up Thomas Miller America’s market leading service offering, Mike is also well known for his dedication to philanthropic causes, including the firm’s annual golf day, which has to date raised a total of $750,000 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Leo Kirchner, President/CEO of Thomas Miller Americas, said: “In his 40 years with the business, he has worked tirelessly to make Thomas Miller the industry-leading firm it is today, and I aim to continue his legacy. It is an honour to succeed Mike as CEO and am confident I can maintain and build on the success of the business with Members, stakeholders and others in the industry. Mike will be much missed at Thomas Miller, but we wish him well in his retirement.”
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