Fergusson joins Hamilton from Aspen

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Bermudian-headquartered Hamilton Insurance Group announced that Fergus Fergusson has been appointed to the position of division head, excess casualty for Syndicate 4000, managed by Hamilton Managing Agency Ltd, and for Hamilton Insurance DAC, the company’s Dublin-based carrier.

Tim Glover, chief executive officer of Hamilton Managing Agency Ltd, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Fergus to our team. His deep and comprehensive experience with excess casualty insurance and his first-hand knowledge of the London and Dublin markets will be distinct advantages as we continue to develop this line of business.”

Mr Fergusson joins Hamilton after nine years with Aspen Insurance UK Ltd where he held a series of increasingly senior positions, the most recent being head of international excess casualty.

Prior to working at Aspen, Mr Fergusson’s 18-year career was focused on trade credit and political risk insurance, with 3½ years spent underwriting and developing business at Coface and Euler Hermes Ireland and six years as head of special risks at International Risk Consultants.

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Published Mar 5, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Mar 5, 2020 at 8:21 am)

Fergusson joins Hamilton from Aspen

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