Insurdata, an insurtech firm specialising in peril-specific exposure and risk data, has announced the appointment of Rosina Smith to the newly created role of Head of Client Success.
Smith joins Insurdata from Allianz, where she most recently served as Acting Head of Commercial Lines Pricing in the UK.
She spent seven years at Allianz, having joined the firm in 2012, with previous roles including Geospatial Manager, Geospatial Analyst, and Portfolio Analyst.
In her new role, Smith will be responsible for supporting clients in their use of Insurdata’s technology and helping them to integrate it within their existing workflows.
“Rosina is a fantastic addition to the Insurdata team and in this newly created role will help ensure our clients can fully optimise the high-resolution data technology we provide,” said Jason Futers, CEO of Insurdata.
“Her experience gives her a unique perspective on the critical nature of detailed, accurate exposure data at every stage in the risk transfer process from individual risk selection through to portfolio management,” he continued.
“The team and I look forward to working closely with her as we continue to expand the market potential offered by Insurdata.”
Smith also commented: “I am delighted to be joining the Insurdata team at what is a very significant time in the growth of the company. Through their market-evolving data resolution technology they are enabling organisations to convert location data into a strategic asset in an efficient, automated manner that simply was not possible before.”
“I am excited by the possibilities that the Insurdata capabilities create and looking at new ways to help our clients generate the data clarity that is vital to effective exposure management,” she added.
Insurdata recently formed part of the third cohort to enter into the Lloyd’s Lab innovation accelerator program, and is currently working with the team at Lloyd’s to develop new ways of enhancing exposure data resolution across the market.
The firm also announced in April 2019 that it had secured $3 million in seed funding from a group of investors led by Anthemis and Menlo Ventures.