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Tokio Marine Kiln names Alex Jomaa as cyber underwriter

2nd February 2018 - Author: Staff Writer

Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK) has strengthened its cyber team with the appointment of Alex Jomaa as cyber underwriter, set to take up the role immediately and report to head of enterprise risk Laila Khudairi.

tokio-marine-logoJomaa joins from CFC Underwriting where he was cyber liability underwriter responsible for underwriting a worldwide cyber portfolio.

Khudairi welcomed Jomaa to his new role; “Alex has established himself as one of the rising stars in the London cyber insurance market. He brings to the role a proven ability to build leading, profitable books of business, develop innovative new products and has demonstrated a commitment to providing exceptional client service.

“At TMK, we are committed to providing insureds with comprehensive coverage for intangible risks such as cyber, reputational risk and intellectual property. We are always looking to attract top quality talent in the market and Alex’s expertise and experience will be invaluable in realising our ambitions for our enterprise risk division. I am very pleased to welcome him to the team.”

Jomaa began his insurance career as a broker at Lothbury where he placed professional indemnity and directors & officers (D&O) liability risks for commercial and financial institutions.

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