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Everest Insurance appoints two Underwriters from Ironshore

2nd April 2019 - Author: Charlie Wood

Everest Insurance, a division of global insurer and reinsurer Everest Re Group, has announced the appointments of Graeme McGeachie and Pete Graham to its International division.

Everest LogoMcGeachie has been named Casualty Class Underwriter at Everest’s Lloyd’s Syndicate 2786. He joins Everest from Ironshore Insurance, where he was the Lead Underwriter within the International Specialty Casualty Practice.

Graham joins as a Casualty Underwriter. Most recently, he held the role of Class
Underwriter within the International Casualty Practice at Ironshore.

Both McGreachie and Graham will be based out of the company’s London office and assume their roles on 8 April 2019.

Everest have stated that the arrival of the two new hires will significantly expand the company’s International general liability capabilities.

“Our International Insurance team is excited to welcome the first‐class talent that Graeme and Pete bring to the General Liability group,” said Vincent Vandendael, Chief Executive Officer, Everest Insurance International.

“With their respective industry experience and underwriting knowledge, I have no doubt both Graeme and Pete will be true assets to our growing International Insurance team, and to the clients we serve.”

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