Insurance

Our Insurance practice operates across all major facets of the global insurance industry with assignments undertaken on behalf of our clientele comprising of Insurance Brokers, Reinsurance Brokers, Carriers, Reinsurers, Lloyds Syndicates and MGA’s. With a truly International reach we engage in mandates within all the major global insurance locations including but not limited to London, New York, Zurich, Bermuda & Singapore.

Broking

Expertise in the placement of Account Executives, Producing Brokers and Executive Management spanning the Direct, Wholesale, Reinsurance (Treaty & Facultative) and Retro broking markets.

Underwriting

Extensive track record within Property, Casualty, Life, Marine, Non-Marine & Reinsurance lines placing Underwriters, Class Underwriters & Chief Underwriters into both Lloyds and the companies market.

Capital Markets

Placing professionals within Origination, Structuring & Portfolio Management into the Insurance Linked Securities (ILS) marketplace. Working in partnership with market leading Funds, Brokers & Reinsurers we engage across all ILS product lines including Catastrophe Bonds, Mortality Securitization & Longevity Swaps.

Specialist consultants:

Chris Dyer

Director - Insurance

FAQs

To become an insurance broker, you typically need a high school diploma or equivalent. However, many employers prefer candidates with a bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or a related field. Additionally, you may need to obtain a license from your state’s insurance regulatory agency.

To determine if a recruitment firm is right for you, it is important to assess their specialties, network, experience, and services. Additionally, you should evaluate the firm’s reputation, the feedback from their existing clients, and the type of technology they use.

Yes – We do. We offer contingent and retained solutions for permanent roles and we also offer temporary or fixed term recruitment solutions.

To become an underwriter, you typically need a bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or a related field. Some employers may also require a master’s degree. You will also need to have strong analytical and decision-making skills, as well as excellent communication and interpersonal abilities.

FAQs

To be successful in insurance broking or underwriting, you should have strong analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as excellent communication and interpersonal abilities. You should also be detail-oriented, organized, and able to work well under pressure.

Insurance underwriting is the process of evaluating and assessing the risk of insuring a particular person, property or event. The underwriter uses various factors to determine the likelihood of a claim being made and the potential cost of that claim.

The best format for a CV is the reverse chronological format, which lists the most recent experience first. This format allows employers to easily see your most recent experience and qualifications.

The key difference between underwriting and brokering is that underwriting involves assessing and evaluating risk, while brokering involves finding and purchasing insurance on behalf of a client. Underwriters work for insurance companies, while brokers work for clients.