New Specialty A&H Team appointed in London

10 August 2016

New Specialty A&H Team appointed in London

Chaucer, the specialist Lloyd’s insurance group, today announced the expansion of its Accident & Health capabilities, with the appointment of Mike Bridgeman and Amelia Fenton in London. The Team will write standard and specialist products providing death, disability, medical and ancillary benefits for a range of groups and individuals, including schemes and affinity groups.

The Team will provide a lead market capability for brokers and coverholders, working in partnership with them to deliver standard and bespoke solutions and a first class service. The initial focus will be on UK, North America and Australia business, as well as developing opportunities in the Scandinavian, South American, Middle Eastern and European markets. The team will also work in partnership with Chaucer Copenhagen and Miami.

Mike Bridgeman and Amelia Fenton are both highly experienced and respected Accident & Health underwriters, with over 30 years of market experience. The Team joins Chaucer from Markel.

John Fowle, Chief Underwriting Officer at Chaucer, said:

“We are very pleased to welcome Mike and Amelia to Chaucer. Both are leading underwriters in the accident & health arena, combining great experience, problem solving skills and a strong client service commitment, which in combination will provide another invaluable lead capability for brokers and coverholders.”

Mike Bridgeman, Senior Accident & Health Underwriter, said:

“Amelia and I are extremely excited to join Chaucer to lead the development of its Accident & Health offering in London. Our underwriting philosophy matches Chaucer’s very well. We are both focused on delivering smart solutions and a first class service to our brokers and coverholders.

New Specialty A&H Team appointed in London

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