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Apollo hires head of terrorism and political violence

27th September 2021 - Author: Charlie Wood

Independent specialist re/insurer Apollo Syndicate Management has appointed Andrew Page to lead and develop its terrorism and political violence team.

He reports to Chris King, head of crisis management.

Page brings over 15 years’ experience and joins from Beazley, where he spent a decade underwriting terrorism and political violence in both London and Singapore.

He is known for being a first-class communicator and relationship builder, and has demonstrated a track record of facilitating business growth and growing profitability.

“Andrew’s arrival is a critical element of our strategic expansion plan for the terrorism and political violence line of business, which Chris has spearheaded,” said David Ibeson, Apollo Group CEO.

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“Chris will now focus on further developing the crisis management division, strengthening Apollo’s multi line offering including political risk and specialty disruption insurance solutions.

“With Andrew’s focus on innovative collaboration and developing wordings and creative solutions, we are sure that our clients will reap significant benefits from his appointment.”

Page added, “I am looking forward to joining Apollo and working with Chris to further build out the terrorism and political violence team.

“This line of business is ever relevant and evolving and it is more important than ever that we offer clients a choice of products and services that truly meet their needs.”

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