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Chaucer recruits A&H Treaty Underwriter from TransRe

13th June 2019 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Chaucer, the international specialty re/insurance group, has announced the appointment of Sarfraz Pivano as an Accident & Health (A&H) Treaty Underwriter in its Reinsurance Division.

sarfraz-pivano-chaucerPivano joins Chaucer from Transatlantic Reinsurance Company (TransRe), where he served as a senior A&H treaty underwriter, having begun his career there as an underwriting assistant a decade earlier.

In his new role, Pivano will write general personal general personal accident, life, disability, medical expenses and travel reinsurance, reporting to Chris Baker, Head of Specialty Treaty at Chaucer.

“I am pleased to welcome Sarfraz to Chaucer,” said Baker. “He has a wealth of global A&H treaty underwriting knowledge and a great reputation with brokers and clients.”

“His appointment increases our commitment to being a lead market for A&H treaty and will enable us to meet market needs more efficiently and effectively,” he added.

Pivano also commented: “I am delighted to join Chaucer’s Specialty Treaty team, and I look forward to working with Chris Baker in London and Ewa Douwe Hut in Copenhagen to develop Chaucer’s A&H treaty centre of excellence for brokers and clients.”

Chaucer explained that the appointment supports plans for a broader A&H reinsurance offering, while building on its commitment to development more comprehensive A&H catastrophe treaty solutions for brokers and clients.

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