Allen joins Tysers’ Bermuda operation

  • Christina Allen, who has joined Tysers (Bermuda)

    Christina Allen, who has joined Tysers (Bermuda)


Christina Allen has joined the offices of Tysers (Bermuda) Ltd as director, financial lines.

Ms Allen joins Tysers from Bermudian-based Paragon International Insurance Brokers Ltd, where she was a vice-president.

She will report to managing director Richard Tomkins, who set up the Bermuda affiliate of the venerable London-based wholesale broker earlier this year.

Tysers said Ms Allen has more than 15 years of insurance experience, predominantly in the financial and professional lines market in both Canada and Bermuda. The company said Ms Allen also has treaty experience, which will complement part of the strategy of Tysers Bermuda.

Mr Tomkins said: ďIím excited to be joined by Christina to help build the Tysers Bermuda office. She will bring her experience and independent connections to help grow this office, working in conjunction with our main wholesale units in London.Ē

Tysers, which will mark its 200th year in business in 2020, employs more than 500 people and handles upwards of $2 billion in annual premiums working with leading re/insurance markets worldwide to deliver risk solutions to a global client base.

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Published Nov 29, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Nov 29, 2019 at 8:12 am)

Allen joins Tysers’ Bermuda operation

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