Claims veteran steve robson has joined willis re as head of london marketplace reinsurance claims, effective without delay. He brings massive purchaser-aspect experience and views, and helps the closer alignment of the servicing and site groups of willis re, the reinsurance division of willis towers watson.
Robson will lead willis re’s claims broker group in london, reporting to chris brook, willis re’s global leader operating officer.
In the course of his 36 years in the quarter, robson has held appointments inclusive of dealing with director of widespread syndicate 1884 (september 2017 – january 2019), head of claims at brit (july 2012 – september 2016), claims director for alterra at lloyd’s (june 2004 – june 2012), in step with his linkedin profile.
He also become president of the international association of claims professionals (iacp) and held chairmanships at the london market cat coordination group and its reinsurance claims practitioner organization.
“we are pleased that steve will lead willis re’s ongoing attempt to redefine our claims imparting through bringing claims advocacy to the leading edge of our business,” stated brook.
“steve’s sizeable experience as an inwards and outwards claims director for several distinguished threat providers, as well as the senior enterprise roles he has held within the re/coverage marketplace has given him a large and useful angle on claims, and a deep know-how of the depth of service and future positioning that willis re ambitions to supply to our customers,” he added.
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