Europe: Dublin

Chaucer Dublin writes international specialty insurance and reinsurance business; providing clients with access to the benefits of Chaucer's expertise and products through our insurance company in Ireland.

Our product offering mirrors that of Chaucer Syndicate 1084 in London, enabling brokers, coverholders and clients to select syndicate or company paper, depending on their preferences.

Chaucer Dublin also has a UK and Danish branch to provide access to specialty underwriting expertise in London and Copenhagen.

Chaucer Insurance Company DAC (which trades as Chaucer Dublin) has a financial strength rating of A- (Stable Outlook) by Standard & Poor’s, who consider Chaucer Dublin to be highly strategically important to China Re.

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Michelle Moore

Michelle Moore

General Manager

Michelle Moore, former Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of Markel Europe, joined Chaucer in 2016 to lead Chaucer Dublin. Michelle is a highly respected industry executive with over 20 years of experience in the international insurance and reinsurance markets in Dublin, London and Bermuda.

Jonathan Sutcliffe

Jonathan Sutcliffe

Active Underwriter - Syndicate 2088

Head of Underwriting - Chaucer Dublin

Jonathan was appointed Active Underwriter for Syndicate 2088 in April 2018 and is responsible for the management and strategic development of the syndicate. In addition he is also Head of Underwriting at Chaucer Dublin, our insurance company in Ireland. Prior to joining China Re Syndicate 2088 Jonathan worked at XL Catlin in Bermuda for over 10 years as Head of Casualty. In 2000 Jonathan was one of three founding members of QBE Syndicate 2000, a £25m Casualty Treaty syndicate that grew to be a £200m multi-line P&C syndicate. Prior to QBE Jonathan worked at Zurich Re and CNA Re in London.


Find us

Chaucer Insurance Company DAC

38 & 39 Baggot Street Lower
Dublin
D02 T938
Ireland

T +353 1 5675580

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