’I am passionate about how insurance can enable customers and clients to flourish,’ says new appointee

Charlotte Halkett has joined global consulting and actuarial firm Milliman after leaving ManyPets earlier this year, a statement sent to Insurance Times today (11 December 2023) revealed.

Halkett, who was ManyPet’s chief underwriting officer, announced on 24 October 2023 that she was leaving the managing general agent (MGA) to take on a new opportunity.

In her new role at Milliman, she will be responsible for building out its insurtech services for general insurers in the UK and assisting startup clients entering the financial services sector.

Veekash Badal, a leader of Milliman’s global property and casualty (P&C) practice in London, said: “Insurtech and insurance transformations are important markets for Milliman and provide significant opportunities for us.

“We are delighted to have Halkett join our expanding team. She will add material breadth and unique expertise to our insurance services, better enabling us to serve the needs of our clients.”


Before joining Milliman, Halkett spent most of her career looking at insurtech solutions in the pet insurance, motor telematics and household insurance sectors.

For example, she was part of the original Insure The Box team and executive board, a telematics firm founded by Mike Brockman in 2010, and was managing director of insurance product at Buzzmove between August 2017 and April 2019. 

She joined ManyPets in June 2019 – when it was known as Bought By Many – as chief commercial officer before becoming chief underwriting officer in April 2022.

Halkett’s new role at Milliman will see her be based in London.

“I am passionate about how insurance can enable customers and clients to flourish and we need to keep innovating to beat the commercial challenges of today,” she said.

“I am very keen to throw all my energy into helping companies evolve their strategies, grow their business, successfully implement change – and ultimately create better insurance outcomes for consumers.”