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Berkshire (BHSI) names Warrior Head of D&O Liability underwriting, UK & Ireland

26th November 2019 - Author: Luke Gallin

Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance (BHSI), a division of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, has hired Chris Warrior as Head of Directors’ & Officers’ Liability underwriting for UK & Ireland, based in the firm’s London office.

Chris WarriorThe appointment expands the company’s European team with the addition of Warrior, who brings 36 years of experience in the commercial D&O sector, on both the underwriting and broking side of the business.

Most recently, Warrior served as Hiscox’s London Market Management Liability Focus Group Leader, and over the past ten years, has successfully established and grown D&O Liability operations for numerous insurance firms.

Chris Colahan, President, UK & Europe, BHSI, commented: “We are pleased to have Chris rounding out our team of Executive and Professional lines executives. Our team is committed to bringing the certainty customers and brokers need in a transitioning financial lines marketplace, providing Professional Indemnity, Financial Institutions and Management Liability programmes with BHSI’s long-view underwriting and financial strength.”

Vanessa Maxwell, Head of Executive & Professional Lines, UK & Ireland, BHSI, added: “Chris is exceptionally qualified to lead our efforts to bring sophisticated and sustainable D&O liability solutions to our brokers and customers.

“We are pleased to add his expertise to BHSI’s growing team in London.”

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