Barbican Managing Agency Limited manages Syndicates 1955, Syndicate 1856 and Special Purpose Syndicate 6118, with a combined 2017 stamp capacity of £492m.
Iain is the managing director of Barbican Managing Agency Limited and joined in June 2016.
Prior to joining Barbican, Iain was chief executive officer of Capita Managing Agency and led the projects to establish Probitas Syndicate 1492 and Allied World Syndicate 2232. During his extensive career, he has held a number of senior executive roles in the Lloyd’s market, including managing director of Max at Lloyd’s (formerly Imagine Syndicates and Abacus Syndicates Ltd).
Iain is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Certified Accountants.
Richard is the deputy managing director of Barbican Managing Agency Limited, where he has responsibility for the day to day management of the agency, with particular emphasis on business planning, claims and Minimum Standards compliance.
Richard has a long track record on the management teams of Lloyd's businesses. Prior to joining the company, he was assistant finance director of the Imagine Group's Lloyd's division, and before that syndicate and group financial controller at SVB plc (now Novae), a listed Lloyd's reinsurance group. He joined Barbican in early 2009 to build its finance function, first as the group financial controller and then group finance director, before moving across to his current role.
Richard is a Chartered Accountant and fellow of the ICAEW. He holds a History degree from Kings College London.
David is active underwriter for Syndicate 1955 and joined Barbican in June 2008.
With over 20 years of experience in the London and European markets, David Booth has a first class underwriting track record in marine and aviation reinsurance, in addition to considerable management experience.
Prior to joining Barbican, David was at Endurance Worldwide Insurance, most latterly as business unit manager for the specialty underwriting department. He has held a number of senior management and underwriting roles, including as marine underwriter for Cologne-based Europa Ruckversicherüng and marine reinsurance underwriter for DS Christiansen Syndicate 958.
Andy Caldwell joined Barbican in March 2008 and is head of non-marine reinsurance.
Andy Caldwell 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 & 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.