Chaucer boosts International General Liability team with key new hires

11 December 2019

Chaucer boosts International General Liability team with key new hires

Chaucer, the specialty international (re)insurance group, has appointed Thomas Beasley, Senior Class Underwriter, and Rob Neil, Senior Underwriter, to grow their International General Liability account. These appointments support Chaucer’s commitment to delivering an effective underwriting service to brokers and MGAs in Lloyd’s and the Company market.

In their new roles, Thomas Beasley and Rob Neil will be responsible for growing Chaucer’s International General Liability account, with a focus on building long-term and mutually beneficial business partnerships.

Thomas Beasley is a leading underwriter with over 21 years of market experience.  He will join Chaucer in March 2020 from MS Amlin, where he is currently a senior underwriter on their international liability account.  Prior to this he was with QBE and Marsh.  Rob Neil is an experienced underwriter with almost a decade of market experience. He joins Chaucer from Syndicate 2525, where he supported the development of their international liability account.

 Paul Restarick, Casualty and Political Risks Manager, at Chaucer said,

“I am delighted to welcome Thomas and Rob to Chaucer. These appointments will enhance our international general liability capabilities and demonstrate our continued commitment to providing excellent client service to the London market.

Ed Lines, Active Underwriter of Syndicate 1084 said,

Casualty is core to our business strategy and we are fully committed to international general liability as these appointments demonstrate. We are building a Casualty Division that combines product innovation, new distribution capabilities and responsive service to meet the evolving needs of brokers and MGAs, and the recruitment of Thomas and Rob are important to delivering this.”

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