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Munich Re’s HSB appoints Director of Business Development & Distribution

10th December 2019 - Author: Luke Gallin

HSB Engineering Insurance, the UK-based arm of Munich Re’s Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company, has announced the appointment of Terry Dyson as Director of Business Development and Distribution, effective immediately.

HSB Engineering InsuranceIn his new role, Dyson will be tasked with leading the firm’s business development team with a focus on strengthening HSB’s distribution strategies and industry relationships with MGAs, brokers and insurer partners.

He joins HSB from insurer Travelers, where he most recently served as a Regional Distribution Manager. Prior to joining Travelers, Dyson worked at RSA for 32 years, where he held various roles including UK Business Development Director.

Commenting on his new role, Dyson said: “I am extremely excited to be joining HSB; a company whose reputation as a specialist engineering and technology insurer is second to none. I look forward to working with the team to strengthen HSB’s distribution strategy and customer relationships.”

Stephen Worrall, Managing Director of HSB, added: “We are very pleased to have Terry joining the team at HSB; he brings huge amounts of industry experience and customer insight that will help support our business strategy and growth ambitions.”

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