In Loving Memory of

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Andrew Peter Cox

It was with great sadness that our friend and colleague Andrew passed away on the 10th February 2021.

Andrew was a hugely respected figure within Guy Carpenter, the Actuarial Community, and across the whole Insurance and Reinsurance industry, making a great contribution to our lives and work.

This book is for us to record our memories of Andrew and share with his family how highly we thought of him.

Book Owner: Guy Carpenter
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David Furlong

I have just heard the sad news about my former colleague Andrew.  I had the opportunity to work with him while I was at a sister company, Mercer.  We had the great challenge and fun of launching joint efforts which required every bit of creativity and persistence.  I could always count on Andrew for …

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Steve Mumford

I am glad I found this page as I had been wanting to find an outlet to pass on my condolences to Andrew’s family, friends and colleagues.   I knew Andrew purely from a work perspective – I head up the reinsurance for a large insurer based in Gibraltar and in 2017 we appointed …


Marcus Felgate

Dear family and friends of Andrew, I am deeply saddened by the passing of Andew. I had the privalige of working with Andrew on a number of projects over the last eight years and was always impressed by his calm, considered approach, his knowledge and dilligence; a true professional. It’s been a pleasure to …


David Lightfoot

To Andrew’s family:  My deepest sympathies are with you all.  I’ve had the pleasure of working with Andrew over the years and will deeply miss his unique mix of intellecualism, wit, passion and level of commitment he brought to work and the level of caring he demonstrated to his colleagues and friends about their …


Eddy Vanbeneden

I was shocked when I learned that Andrew passed away. I had the opportunity to work with Andrew for many years and to have casual chats during some of our travels. He was always passionated and talked with full integrity. My sincere codolences to the family and all his friends. Our thoughts are with …


Tom Hettinger

Upon hearing of Andrew’s passing, the world paused.  Universally we all just let our heads fall into our hands and felt a tear on our collective cheeks.  Andrew was well liked and respected in a number of communities that I had the honor of knowing him through.  We appreciated having him as a colleague …


Richard Rodriguez

Andrew was kind, thoughtful and quick witted. I knew Andrew for many years professionally and it was a privilege working alongside him for the past couple of years at Guy Carpenter. He was always a very good source of advice when issues arose. He will be greatly missed by myself and many others. My …


Matthew Russell

Andrew was a good friend and close colleague and will be missed for his kindness and integrity. I have always found him to be a sympathetic, open minded, trustworthy and approachable colleague. We worked together closely over many years; he was my first port of call for professional and personal matters at work. He …


Valerie Badcock

I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Andrew’s passing and my thoughts are with Andrew’s family.  I was lucky enough to sit close to Andrew for a year or so in London and I really enjoyed his sense of humour and wit.  I was also in awe of his intellect and his …


Rupert Band

My deepest condolences go to Andrew’s family.  It is desperately sad news and it hasn’t really sunk in yet that we will never see him again.  I worked with him on several projects at Guy Carpenter and he became a good friend and a mentor in many respects.  He was phenomenally intelligent and had …


Rachel Errington

Andrew and I sat near each other for several years and often met at the coffee machine, always had a chat. He always had time to help, no matter how trivial the question or how busy he was.  Thinking of all Andrew’s family and friends.  …


Kate Hamilton

Andrew will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was a kind, caring and a thoughtful person and someone who approached everything with care, diligence and humility. A gentleman; a real credit to his profession and an outstanding contributor at Guy Carpenter. I got to know Andrew better during the last year …


Mark Weatherhead

Andrew was a funny, kind and insightful character who will be deeply missed by those who knew him. He was very well respected within the industry, was generous with his time and always ready to provide advice and insight to help his colleagues. I worked with him on an few projects over the years …


Matthew Eagle

I was shocked and deeply saddened to get the news of Andrew’s passing. Andrew was a real presence in our London office and with our global team. He was thoughtful and insightful and was always ready to support and share his knowledge with all those he worked with. He was also engaging on broader …


Robert Long

To Andrew’s family: I was very shocked to hear that Andrew has died.  My thoughts are with you at this sad time.    He was a great colleague to work with; he was very kind and helpful and we will all miss him greatly . Robert   …


Till Mathis Wagner

I am deeply saddened by the loss of Andrew. He has been a close colleague since I joined Guy Carpenter in 2016 and I have much enjoyed working with since. Andrew had deep knowledge and was always open and happy to share his views, opinions and passions. I have been lucky to have enjoyed …


Dirk Schmehr

It has been a huge shock to learn of Andrew’s death. I met him a couple of years ago when we worked together on a project and we never lost contact after that. He was an intelligent, thoughtful, cultivated and kind colleague & friend whose horizon extended far beyond his mere professional field. I …


David Booroff

I was deeply saddened to hear of the loss of Andrew. I sat in a pod of 6 with Andrew and we would have lively discussions on a frequent basis which helped us all through the day. I was somewhat in awe of his depth of knowledge on a broad range of subjects, and …


Tom Jowett

It was a great shock when I heard of the accident.  I had known Andrew for several years, and I had spent more time talking to him following Marsh’s takeover of JLT.   He introduced me to the Marsh prayer group where he was a regular.  We would meet for a sandwich lunch and chat, …


Dorothee Melis-Moutafis

I was saddened by the chocking news of Andrew’s passing. I enjoyed working with Andrew during my years in our London office. Andrew was a kind, clever and discreet colleague. He had a great British sense of humour and was so knowledgeable. My deepest sympathies and prayers go to his family and above all …


Colette Kochevar

Sending my heartfelt sympathy to Andrews’ friends and family. A friendly and welcoming face on my first day at Guy Carpenter and a true friendship made from that very moment. I will miss our chats at the coffee machine about something, nothing and everything and his quiet but funny humour. Another angel in heaven …


Imelda Powers

Dear family and friends of Andrew, I am saddened by Andrew’s passing.  He was a helpful colleague.  He was tall.  Andrew’s calm demeanor was a steadying force in our workplace.  He derived much support from Christian liturgy, and attended some of my choral performances over the years.   I will remember Andrew well and …


Luling Chng

I am so very sad to hear of Andrew’s passing, I had the privilege of working with him on several accounts from 2015, always lending his considered view and expertise, along with his wicked sense of humour.  He will be missed. …


Amrita Pattni

Dear family and friends of Andrew, I was extremely saddened to receive the news and offer you my deepest and most sincere condolences. Over the 9 years that I have known and worked with Andrew, he has been a great friend and mentor who was always very glad to help and guide us through …


Amber Tcheang

I did not know Andrew well, but we joined a training course together last year and had an opportunity to chat one-on-one. It was clear how much he cared for his work and his colleagues, and how much he wanted to help the more junior members of his team progress and learn. I remember …