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D L Dale & Others, Syndicate 2525 adds Harcus as head of Intl casualty

9th April 2020 - Author: Charlie Wood

Specialist employers’ and third party liability Lloyd’s insurer D L Dale & Others, Syndicate 2525, has announced the appointment of Charles Harcus as head of international casualty.

Charles HarcusHarcus joins from Apollo Syndicate where he has served as head of international casualty since 2014.

Prior to this, he was portfolio manager, international casualty, Latin America and the Caribbean at QBE.

Harcus’ appointment is expected to strengthen the company’s international liability underwriting capability.

“We are delighted to welcome Charles to the team. His knowledge and specialist expertise will significantly enhance our underwriting proposition and claims offering to brokers and policyholders around the world,” said Tony Ive, active underwriter, DL Dale & Others, Syndicate 2525.

Formed in 2000, Syndicate 2525 has moved to establish itself as a leader within the London market in all aspects of liability business, including offshore and construction risks.

In 2014, a primary international liability account was established to underwrite SME business, construction risks and larger corporate accounts primarily in Canada, Australia and South Africa. Syndicate 2525 is managed by Asta Managing Agency.

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