Barbican strengthens marine underwriting team
12 January 2015
Mark Sutton joins marine division as assistant underwriter
Barbican Insurance Group has today announced the appointment of Mark Sutton as an assistant underwriter within the firm’s marine division, with immediate effect. He will report to Christopher Drake, underwriter – marine insurance.
Mark joins Barbican from Markel International where he was an assistant hull and war underwriter within the marine division, a position which he had held since September 2008. He originally joined the company in October 2007 as an underwriting assistant within its underwriting support team. Mark began his insurance career at NDP/Claims Assistance UK in March 2003 as a claims assistant.
Commenting on the appointment, Christopher said: “Mark brings to the role over seven years of underwriting experience primarily in the marine sector. I am confident that Mark will be a strong addition to the team and he will help further enhance service at Box 250 for our brokers. I look forward to working closely with him.”
Sutton, Drake, Marine, Assistant Underwriter
Barbican Insurance Group
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Notes to Editors
Barbican Insurance Group http://www.barbicaninsurance.com
Formed in 2007, Barbican Insurance Group underwrites business predominantly through its Syndicates at Lloyd’s. It also has a non-Lloyd’s financial solutions business based in Guernsey which offers insurance and reinsurance programmes to the global market and number of service companies including, Barbican Underwriting Limited, Castel Underwriting Agencies Limited, Professional Indemnity Protect Limited and Seacurus Limited.
Barbican Syndicates at Lloyd’s have a stamp capacity of £260m for the 2015 year of account and underwrite marine, aviation and transport re/insurance, property re/insurance, media and contingency, energy and specialty lines including casualty reinsurance, cyber liability, healthcare liability, financial and professional lines and professional indemnity.
Categories: Marine Liability