Argenta Private Capital Limited (APCL), an advisor to private investors at Lloyd’s, has appointed several new Board members.
Both Kate Tongue and Kevin Jackson have been named board members.
At the same time, the firm has also appointed Nick Moore as a non-executive director of APCL. He replaces Andrew Annandale who retired at the end of 2022.
Tongue will be responsible for business development, tax and corporate services on the APCL management board. She will also retain her existing responsibilities as director, Argenta Tax & Corporate Services Limited.
She joined the firm in 2019 and has extensive experience of the Lloyd’s market, having advised clients on their tax matters since 2008. Before she joined Argenta, Tongue held positions at Grant Thornton UK LLP and Mazars LLP.
Additionally, Jackson has 37 years of experience from working within the London market. 14 of those years, he has spent working at APCL where he is a client director.
One of the key highlights of Jackson’s career is that he was part of the working group that was responsible for introducing LLPs as underwriting vehicles at Lloyd’s, and currently serves on the Third Party Capital Working Group.
Before he joined Argenta, Jackson held various operational roles including agency manager at CBS Private Capital Ltd and worked at Nomina plc where he established the first LLPs to participate at Lloyd’s.
Further, Moore assumed the role of Argenta Group CEO at the beginning of the year, having previously been deputy managing director of Argenta Syndicate Management Ltd (ASML) and chief actuary.
Moore was appointed to the Board of ASML in July 2012. In July 2022, he was also hired as a director of Argenta Holdings Ltd.
Prior to Argenta, he held positions at global reinsurance giant, Swiss Re and the Corporation of Lloyd’s.
“I have no doubt that the combined experience and market expertise of Kate, Kevin and Nick will help shape APCL’s future strategy as we continue to build on our comprehensive and integrated offering to private clients and trade investors,” commented Robert Flach, managing director of APCL.