Philip has worked at the broking group since 2013
Bluefin chief operating officer Tim Philip has left the broking group.
Companies House documents say Philip is no longer a director of either Bluefin Insurance Services or Bluefin’s broker network, BBPS.
The Financial Services Register said Philip ceased to be a director of both companies on 12 June.
Bluefin said in a statement: ”Tim Philip has chosen to leave Bluefin after two years in the role of chief operating officer.
”During his tenure, Tim has made a significant contribution to the success of Bluefin and its ambitious plans of growth through strategic and selective acquisitions.
”We wish him well in his future endeavours.”
Philip’s exit closely follows the departure of executive chairman Stuart Reid to become retail chief executive of rival broker Arthur J Gallagher and chief executive Mike Bruce to become retail chief executive of Peter Cullum-backed consolidator Global Risk Partners.
Bluefin is now run by chief executive Robert Organ.
Philip was named Bluefin’s chief operating officer in July 2013. He joined as interim chief financial officer in April 2013, having spent 10 years at Towergate.