Stephen joined Barbican in September 2013 and is an underwriting assistant for marine reinsurance.
Stephen joined the company as an insurance apprentice and successfully graduated from the Barbican Insurance Academy in October 2014.
Stephen is Cert CII qualified and is currently working towards Dip CII accreditation.
Mike joined Barbican in November 2009 as underwriter for marine reinsurance.
Mike achieved Level 4 expert underwriter status at Swiss Re, becoming senior marine treaty underwriter and vice president. In 2008 he took up an advisory role within the marine reinsurance team of a leading broker, assisting with risk analysis, pricing and slip construction.
Harvey joined Barbican in December 2007 and is business group leader for marine reinsurance.
Harvey began his marine insurance and reinsurance career at Alliance Insurance (now part of RSA) in 1975. He joined Swiss Re UK in 1981 and spent almost 23 years there, most latterly as head of marine underwriting. In 2004 he joined Endurance Worldwide as marine reinsurance underwriting manager.
Harvey has been a member of the Joint Excess Loss Committee since the mid-1990s.
Simon joined Barbican in April 2010 and is division head of marine, aviation and transport.
Simon has over twenty years of experience in the insurance industry. In 1994 he joined a small firm of management consultants dedicated to the insurance industry. 1997 saw Simon return to broking with the international marine reinsurance division at Aon. In 2005, he joined Agnew Higgins Pickering, working in international marine and energy reinsurance.
Lianne joined Barbican in December 2008 and is a marine reinsurance underwriter.
Lianne started her insurance career within the marine claims division at Amlin before joining Barbican as an underwriting assistant for marine reinsurance. Lianne spent three years as an assistant underwriter for marine insurance and reinsurance before moving to her current role in October 2015.
Lianne has gained her CII Diploma and is working towards full ACII accreditation.