Hamilton Underwriting reorganises team
Hamilton Underwriting Limited, the managing agency of Syndicate 3334 and the Lloyd’s operations of Hamilton Insurance Group, is reorganising its underwriting team.
The changes follow the resignation of Trevor Carvey, active underwriter and head of treaty, and Stuart Quinlan, deputy active underwriter.
Hamilton has announced that Adrian Daws, head of specialty, and Miles Osorio, head of direct and facultative property, will each assume the position of active underwriter, while Sima Adhya, head of space, will assume the additional position of deputy active underwriter.
Sinead Cormican, senior underwriter, direct and facultative property will assume the position of head of property, and Daniel Prince, head of professional indemnity will report directly to Mr Daws.
The promotions are dependent on pending approval from Lloyd’s. A search for a new head of treaty is under way.
Dermot O’Donohoe, CEO of Hamilton Underwriting Limited, said: “Recent changes in the leadership of our underwriting team have presented us with an opportunity to leverage the talent, hard work and commitment at Hamilton.
“We have significant bench strength, and it wasn’t difficult to determine where the skills of our underwriters align with our plans for growth and development.
“Trevor [Carvey] has given us six months’ notice so we’re going to have the benefit of his counsel during the transition period. This will ensure a smooth transition for our brokers and clients and will give those receiving promotions a chance to adjust to their new responsibilities in a timely fashion.
“I want to extend our appreciation to Stuart for his contribution to Hamilton during a period of rapid growth. We wish him well in his future endeavours.”
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