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BMS appoints Price Forbes & Partners duo as directors of marine division

28th July 2021 - Author: Charlie Wood

Independent specialist re/insurance broker BMS has added Nick Hocking and Tony Cuthbertson as directors of its marine division, effective immediately.

bms-logoThey report to John Hoare, managing director of BMS marine, and will be based in London.

Hocking re-joins BMS after more than a decade at Price Forbes & Partners, having most recently served as an executive director in the marine division.

He was previously a marine hull broker at BMS in 2008.

Cuthbertson brings over 30 years of experience in marine insurance and also joins from Price Forbes & Partners, where he has been an executive director since 2013. Prior to this, he served as a marine broker at Newman Martin and Buchan for 11 years.

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“We are delighted that professionals of Nick and Tony’s calibre have joined the team,” said Ian Gormley, managing director of the BMS Global Risks division.

“Their vast experience and technical knowledge will bolster our offering and support our strategic ambition of expanding BMS’s US marine wholesale business.”

Hoare added, “BMS is committed to providing extensive and successful insights to clients, driving market-leading outcomes for our growing US portfolio.

“Both Nick and Tony are great additions and will help to develop solutions for different specialty areas like hull & machinery, P&I, charterers’ liability, and other specialist covers across the region.”

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