Andy joined Barbican in March 2008 and is active underwriter for Syndicate 1955.
Andy brings 20 years of international casualty treaty experience to Barbican. He started his career at Norwich Winterthur Re in 1981, moving to the casualty division as a deputy underwriter under David Watson in 1989.
In 1993 Andy joined Frankona Re UK as casualty underwriter responsible for UK, Ireland and Australia. He specialised in motor and general liability excess of loss treaty business. In 1996 Andy joined Everest Re UK branch as casualty underwriting manager with responsibility for all casualty treaty lines in the UK and Europe.
Oliver joined Barbican in November 2011 and is assistant underwriter for international casualty reinsurance.
Prior to this role, Oliver spent 4 years in Barbican's north american casualty reinsurance team.
Oliver is ACII qualified. Oliver also holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Leeds.
Tim joined Barbican in April 2014 and is underwriting manager for international casualty reinsurance.
Tim was previously at Faraday Re for nine years, where he was an international casualty treaty underwriter and worked across a broad spectrum of business classes. These included motor, general liability and professional indemnity; spanning the UK, Europe, Australasia and the Caribbean. Prior to this, Tim spent two years at Royal Sun Alliance. He joined immediately after graduating with a degree in geography from University College London.
Tim is ACII qualified and holds Chartered Insurer status.
Rachel joined Barbican in November 2009 and is a class underwriter for international casualty treaty.
Rachel joined Barbican immediately after graduating from the University of Manchester with a degree in Business Management.
Rachel is ACII qualified and a committee member of the Under 35s Reinsurance Group.
Tim joined Barbican in April 2017 and is underwriting assistant for international casualty treaty.
Prior to joining Barbican, Tim worked as an assistant underwriter at Markel International. He also holds a degree in business studies from Cass Business School, City University London.