Alwen Hough Johnson
Andy Benson and Keith Chambers have joined the marine team at Lloyd's broker Alwen Hough Johnson.
Joe Hantson has been appointed to the motor fleet administration department of Lloyd's broker RL Davison & Co. He was formerly with Torch Motor Policies.
Fairmont Special Risks
Greg Mead has been appointed account executive at Fairmont Special Risks. He will be responsible for the production and development of Fairmont Motorsport Insurance Services accounts. Mead has 13 years' experience in the London market.
Axa Re UK
Mark Williams has been appointed senior underwriter at Axa Re UK. He will head Axa Re's newly formed professional indemnity, financial risks and directors' and officers' team based at Lloyd's. He brings more than 15 years' industry experience in both Lloyd's and the company market.
Imogen Lyndon Skeggs has been appointed the personal accident and kidnap and ransom underwriter on Syndicate 570, which is managed by Atrium Underwriters, a subsidiary of Atrium Underwriting.She was previously deputy underwriter at Syndicate 55, GE Lloyd-Roberts and others, where she wrote the PA account. And, Steve Cook has been appointed as group finance director of Atrium Underwriting. He has been group financial controller since December 1998 and has also been the finance director since 1997 of Atrium Cockell Group, the company is a wholly owned holding company of a number of Lloyd's underwriting companies. He is also a director of several other group companies.
Graham Kingaby has been appointed personal accident and travel underwriter at Cassidy Davis Insurance Group. He was previously an underwriter at Hiscox Insurance Company. Managing director Neil Deshpande commented: “Primarily focusing UK binding authority business, his appointment services to further strengthen our position in the personal accident market.”
Michael Pope has been appointed partner at North West law firm Keogh Ritson. He specialises in defendant personal injury litigation, mainly working with road traffic insurers and has been with the firm for five years. His appointment coincides with the promotion of five new associates. They are Ken Young, defendant personal injury lawyer, Damian Ward and James Heath, members of the specialists claims unit, and Tracey Hardman and Kate Scholefield, both insurance litigation specialists.
Clive Nicholls has been appointed chief executive for GAB Robins UK following the promotion of Philip Bes to the position of chief operating officer of the group's global loss adjusting business.Nicholls will chair an executive management committee comprising of Peter Hardy, who is responsible for human resources, Benedict Burke, who is in charge of the national operations in personal and commercial lines and claims management, and Dr Barry Wetherilt, responsible for information technology and business intelligence functions. Austen Slattery has also been appointed to the executive management committee as UK sales director.Graham Burgess has been appointed technical director.