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Concirrus adds new COO Nick Roscoe from Marsh

7th December 2018 - Author: Charlie Wood

London-based insurtech Concirrus has appointed Nick Roscoe as its Chief Operating Officer.

Concirrus LogoHe joins to oversee company operations with a focus on ensuring customer success and to develop and strengthen the relationships that Concirrus has with partners delivering services within the market.

Roscoe has spent over a decade as a Managing Director at insurance broking and risk management firm Marsh.

His varied roles included COO of Marine and Energy and most recently Sales Leader for UK and Global Specialities.

“The insurance market is going to change radically and Concirrus is already at the heart of this,” Roscoe commented.

“We are already delivering real value, and there is huge potential for the future. I’m looking forward to working across the table with old insurance colleagues and new connections alike as they develop their business models to succeed in the digital age.”

Roscoe will report to Concirrus CEO Andy Yeoman, who added, “Nick has had an illustrious career in the marine insurance industry and possesses a very deep network in the London and worldwide markets.

“As we continue our progress in the market it’s fundamental that we have deep domain expertise in our customers’ business. We’re really pleased to be able to have him as part of the team.”

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