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Chaucer adds Senior Underwriters to International General Liability team

12th December 2019 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Chaucer, the specialty international re/insurance group, has announced the appointments of Thomas Beasley, Senior Class Underwriter, and Rob Neil, Senior Underwriter, to its International General Liability team.

chaucer-logoIn their new roles, Thomas Beasley and Rob Neil will be responsible for growing Chaucer’s International General Liability account, with a focus on building long-term business partnerships.

Taking up his position in March 2020, Beasley joins Chaucer from MS Amlin, where he is currently a senior underwriter on the international liability account.

He has over 21 years of re/insurance industry experience, having held previous roles at QBE and Marsh.

Neil, meanwhile, arrives from Syndicate 2525, where he similarly supported the development of the international liability account. He has almost a decade market experience.

“I am delighted to welcome Thomas and Rob to Chaucer,” said Paul Restarick, Casualty and Political Risks Manager at Chaucer.

“These appointments will enhance our international general liability capabilities and demonstrate our continued commitment to providing excellent client service to the London market,” Restarick added.

Ed Lines, Active Underwriter of Syndicate 1084, also commented: “Casualty is core to our business strategy and we are fully committed to international general liability as these appointments demonstrate.”

“We are building a Casualty Division that combines product innovation, new distribution capabilities and responsive service to meet the evolving needs of brokers and MGAs, and the recruitment of Thomas and Rob are important to delivering this.”

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